What can a Kindle do?


I got a Kindle recently. I want to find out what I can do with it besides reading Kindle books?

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Here's a link to the Kindle Games page. You might find some fun Kindle games here.


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Well, the black-and-white Kindle is mainly designed for reading, but you can also

use facebook, Twitter, play little games (Minesweeper & Gomoku), subscribe to magazines/blogs, browse the Internet and the like.


source: Kindle tricks & tips.


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