I want to buy a 9-10 inch tablet almost solely for reading magazines which I have as individual jpeg pages. I may also watch some movies or TV shows. The iPad does this but you pay for features that I don't want and its iTunes focus annoys me, even as a long-term Mac user. I want to be able to read from a USB stick and to load files directly onto the tablet. I want to be able to read a magazine by swiping the screen to move from one page to the next (unless there's a better way). I don't need wireless connectivity but it's not a problem if it's there. 16GB storage is probably ample. The Nexus 10 looks good and is well priced but, even after reading its user manual, I know nothing about how it handles magazines. Its high-res display is ideal for me - I'm 77 and my sight isn't what it used to be. Rumours of the Android Silver are interesting but it will be more expensive and it's not likely to improve the basic elements that interest me. I'm not at all familiar with the Android OS but I assume that I can find good quality apps for magazine reading and .mp4 viewing? Is there any reason why the Nexus 10 would not satisfy my needs?