Audiobooks are an entertaining and not bad thing, but what if you want to read literary works in the original or in a good translation without destructive abbreviations of the narrative, but because of complete or partial, but serious loss of vision, you can’t do this? For such people, Amazon has released the Kindle Audio Adapter. The product allows you to connect speakers or headphones to the company’s e-book, and the VoiceView function converts printed text into spoken language. Using the adapter, the user can adjust the reading pace (there are 8 speeds) and control the accessory itself. So far, the adapter is provided only with the Kindle Paperwhite e-book when you buy the Kindle Paperwhite Blind and Visually Impaired Readers Bundle for $ 140, where $ 20 is the cost of an auxiliary device. However, the same twenty Amazon returns to the reader. When the adapter works, the charge of the book is enough for 6 hours of continuous operation. Kindle Audio Adapter is compatible only with Kindle products and does not support music and audiobook playback.