Amazon (Amazon.com) is a web company that produces the Amazon Kindle eBook Reader. The eBooks produced at Amazon are in the AZW format or TPZ topaz. The formats are available for Amazon eBook Readers and for iPhones using a special application. There is now a Windows and MacOS X version of the Kindle reader as well as portable device apps.
These Hardware products are described in the wiki:
 Current Amazon Kindle products
- Amazon Kindle Oasis 7 - first 7" waterproof reader.
- Amazon Kindle Oasis - The latest and most advanced Kindle Reader
- Amazon Kindle Voyage - Paperwhite Display, Highest-Resolution, Highest Contrast, New Adaptive Front Light, Reimagined Page Turns, Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi + Free 3G
- Kindle paperwhite 3 released June 2015
- Amazon Kindle 8 - Basic Kindle released 2016.
 Older models
- Kindle paperwhite - a 6" higher resolution E Ink screen with a built-in light, available in Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi with 3G. This unit replaces the Kindle Touch.
- Amazon Kindle 3G WiFi - supports domestic and international - Now called Kindle Keyboard 3G WiFi
- Amazon Kindle WiFi - Now called Kindle Keyboard WiFi.
- Kindle DX - large 9.7" screen, supports domestic and international
- Kindle 4 - 2011 version of the basic Kindle.
- Kindle 5 - 2012 version of the basic Kindle
- Kindle 6 - 2014 version of the basic Kindle, now with touch screen.
 Kindle Tablets
- Kindle Fire - A 7" Android based tablet
- Kindle Fire HD - several products including a 7" screen, a 8.9" screen both with Wi-Fi and a 8.9" with both Wi-Fi and 4G LTE.
- Kindle Fire HD 2015 - A new lineup for 2015 includes a 10" and 8" model.
- Fire phone - A 4.7" smartphone available from AT&T.
 Earliest products include
The following Kindle Formats are described in this wiki.
- APNX Format for page numbers
- AZK for iOS only
- Topaz - TPZ
- Fixed layout ePub - FXL
 The company
Amazon can be reached at: http://www.amazon.com. The physical location is Seattle, Washington. They began business in July 1995 although founded in 1994. While founded as a web based book dealer they have expanded to offer a large host of products.
All Amazon products have an Amazon Standard Identification Number, ASIN, assigned including eBooks. For eBooks it is actually contained inside the file itself and is used to distinguish an Amazon supplied eBook from one you built yourself. Its location has been found as shown in the MOBI page. The number is unique across all of Amazon but if the user is fast enough or reuses it on their eBooks it will be the same number in Amazon sites in different countries.