Kindle devices are actually pretty cheap in comparison with many mainstream tablets. If you8217re looking for a less expensive tablet or want to read non-Kindle ebooks you really don8217t need to connect your Amazon account. While Amazon wants you to in order to buy a Kindle-full of ebooks and magazines you can use your Kindle without an Amazon account.

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When you first use a Kindle you8217re asked to connect or create an Amazon account. One of the reasons Kindles are cheaper is that Amazon offers them at a discount with the hope you8217ll spend money on Kindle ebooks apps magazines and more. You8230 Read more.

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