A little more explanation is in order. Here's what I am looking to do: My mother-in-law, who is NOT tech savvy at all, just moved into a retirement home. She has never owned a computer. She is intimidated by technology. But what I was thinking was that we could give her a tablet for a couple very specific purposes that she would appreciate. If I can make it as simple as possible, it's something she might actually use. The place she is at offers wifi connectivity, and a wifi tablet might allow for this, but I'm not sure. I want to set up a tablet for her to view pictures on, mainly. A portable screen to view pictures on and show them to others would be great for her. But the killer app for me is that I want to be able to push new photos to the gallery without her having to take any action. Basically, I want to be able to push files remotely from my home to her tablet. Now, I know that I can set her up with a Picasa account, and sync albums to the account I set up for her and she can see those. But I want to see if there's a way to get even simpler (for her the user). I'm just concerned that if the wifi connection glitches, or she uses it in a place where it drops out, that photos would be inaccessible. If I can push the pics right to the device so that there is no sync time, no loading, that would be perfect. All she would have to do is tap the Gallery Icon on the desktop, and the albums are local. So I guess the main question is, is there an app that would allow me to remotely access...to copy files to and from the device, without any end user action required? I need to be able to update her device without anything else other than the thing being turned on and connected to her wifi. As a side benefit, any other functionality that would allow me to remotely administer the device would be helpful, but I'm starting by trying to make sure I could achieve this particular functionality. Anybody out there do something like this?