I'm new to Android. I usually use PC (Win XP) computers. I'm going on vacation later this year and was looking at a tablet that would allow me to view my images, maybe send some of them by email, maybe read books from Nook, etc. The basic stuff. I'm looking at a few lower-priced tablets by Acer, Asus, and Coby. So, my questions: If the tablet has a USB port, can I plug in a media card reader with my camera's SD media card inserted, and then view my photos on the tablet. (I may want to edit the photos too, but that's not my immediate need.) Assuming the above answer is a 'yes', if the tablet only has a mini USB connection, can I get a converter (male mini USB to female USB) so I can then plug my card reader into the tablet and view/edit/share images? (Many tablets have a microSD port, which I can't use for my SDHC cards.) And finally, if either or the above is true, could I download my photo files to the tablet, then transfer them 'back' to a flash/jump drive, as a way of backing them up? Or, as an alternative, are there external hard drives which work with the tablets? Finally, I assume that even if I was to view or download photo files to an andriod-based device, I could later transfer them to my PC for editing, printing, etc, correct? Any information is appreciated. Thanks so much, David.