Is fun. Uses standard android reading applications such as Kindle Reader, Nook Reader, Moon+ Reader (my favorite), Alkido Reader. Nice big display. Some readers are very adjustable for font size and colors. Have fun.
It's not "no explanation offered". Adobe Flash is being abandoned by, well everyone, because of HTML5.
Basically, no new devices will support it and gradually (or quickly) Flash will be phased out.
Soon it won't be supported on your PC browser either. There will be similar functionality (games, video etc)
in HTML5 though, so don't worry too much about it. YouTube has already (almost) abandoned it.
This tablet takes samsungs proprietary connector and has no usb port. You can buy a converter for 5 dollars on ebay that gives you a usb port and a memory card reader. I own one, it works fine:
Yes you can. This model is much easier to do that that with than the original Galaxy 7" tablet. The note uses a different kind of connection cable. It is a USB to mini USB cable. Very easy to pull video off your PC. I also have 2 adapters. A USB to mini USB small jumper for flash drives, and a mini USB to HDMI adapter for playing video on my 47" LED.