What I am asking is, I often cannot be connected to the Internet, so I want to understand if I can store all my content (space permitting) on my Kindle locally... or is Amazon constantly trying to shoe-horn people into the cloud (which I resist even when connected, due to both technical -metered Internet- as well as philosophical reasons).
> Most of my music is local (currently on iTunes in the AAC proprietary format, although I can convert it if Kindle does not play it natively)
> I am not an Amazon Prime member (although not opposed to signing up if reasons are compelling).
> I am a big buyer on Amazon. Love the pricing, service and convenience.
> When I stream content it's usually Netflix
> I intend to use the Kindle to play music, display photographs, store a few business documents (in PDF format if need be), and play slideshows set to music
thanx for any input!
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