This sounds like it ought ot be a no-brainer, but amazingly I can find nothing in a Google search that actually tells you how to use Android. (What passes for a manual on my machine is predictably written in Chinglish and tells me nothing I couldn't have worked out for myself.) I recently bought a generic Chinese 7" tablet (branded in Australia as a Pioneer EPad) running Android 1.6. I want to use it essentially as a PDA, storing about 3 gig of my own Office files and about 2 file drawers' worth of literature in PDF for reference on the move. A 16 gig micro-SD, which my device claims to be able to handle, should comfortably hold everything I need, but the thing I can't work out is: how on earth do I get the data across? It's currently all in Windows folders, but when I copy the folders to a USB and try to get the device to read it, it won't recognise that anything is there. There must be some way, short of e-mailing the lot to myself as attachments a couple of files at a time, which would take longer than the exercise is worth. Can anyone tell me what it is? Alternatively, is there an app available for this release that will enable me to sync an Android device to a PC running Win 7? Another probably naive question while I'm at it. QuickOffice, which is loaded on my machine, will apparently enable me to read Office files, and I gather there may even be an enhancement available that will let me edit them. But can it handle PDF? And if not, is there a PDF reader app that you'd recommend?