I'm looking to view Talmud bavli in standard Oz v'hdar daf format on Kindle. Has anyone seen this?
I know how to do this; however, I am wondering if someone has already done this and can provide the results, whether for free or commercially.
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It'll take a couple of steps, but it's doable (and I've done it on my Android tablet).
...I took a bit of a shortcut, as the full set of Shas has been circulating yeshiva for a while, so I didn't have to track down the individual volumes and download them, but it shouldn't be too hard to do.
Above is the free version. If you don't mind paying, as you mentioned in your question, you can buy a Nook Naki, which I've seen advertised in seforim stores (though I haven't spotted it online). The idea is a Nook (which is an e-reader, similar to the Kindle) which is incapable of accessing the internet, and contains many many seforim (more than just Shas).
I've never used one, and I don't think I know anyone who has one, but that product's out there.