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Apple's Mac product line includes both notebooks and desktops with screens from 12 to 27 inches and headsets. MacBook Air has a 13-inch LCD and MacBook Pro has a 12-inch retina LCD. MacBook Pro is available in 13-inch and 15-inch retina versions. Apple's Mac mini- and Mac Pro both come without peripheral devices - computer peripheral, computer peripheral, computer peripheral, computer peripheral - and are not upgraded very often.
Apple's iMac is available in 21.5-inch and 27-inch models, both with a retina display.
Email to Kindle for Mac
From your Mac, email your Kindle your own private papers. You can either simply click and drag and drop one or more of your docs onto the send to Kindle symbol in your Dock or start the app and click and drag one or more of your docs onto it. For any Mac program that can print, browse to the printing options and click Submit to Kindle.
In the Finder, just click on one or more document (s) with your mouse and select Submit to Kindle. Store your Kindle Library files where you can easily re-download them at any point. Once you have downloaded and installed the program, you will see a message saying '` Send to Kindle' on your screen. Sending to Kindle also appears when you click a filename in the Finder or printing dialogue of any Mac program.
Or you can use the free Reader application on your Kindle iPhone, iPod touch or iPad unit. The whispering sound of memos, highlighting, bookmarks and the last page viewed is available on your stored private papers that have been transformed into Kindle files. Find out more about Kindle Document Service here.