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Amazon currently sells audio adapters that enable visually impaired Kindle owners can have their audiobooks read aloud to them. Normally, this adaptor costs around $US20 ($28), but you can make your own for as little as half that.
It’s pretty easy to send just about anything to your Kindle, but if you’re looking for an even more automated solution, Kindlebox does the job by linking a Dropbox folder to your Kindle and sending anything over automatically.