I was hoping to get some advice regarding a getting an iPad for my grandpa. Currently he uses an older Dell Desktop running Windows 7 with a 17" LCD screen. He uses it for Yahoo Mail, checking the weather, Skype, streaming eTVnet (similar to Russian Netflix), and whatever youtube or web links his old buddies email each other. There are two difficulties with this setup: - First, as he's getting quite old, he's having trouble navigating with the mouse these days. Double-clicking is becoming difficult, and getting the pointer to stay on top of a link while clicking is also difficult. - Second, while I did teach him how to use Windows fairly well a while ago, it seems lately he is forgetting the basics and having trouble with things that used to be relatively easy for him. E.g., printing, adding attachments to emails, typing in URLs. It doesn't help that most web interfaces seem to change often and UI elements move around a lot. I was thinking of getting a 32GB 12.9" iPad Pro WiFi, a Logitech Create Case, and a Logitech K760 keyboard (with Russian keys). I figure the iPad screen should be visible to him. While it will be smaller than his current 17" monitor, it won't be too much smaller, especially in landscape mode. I figure the K760 keyboard will be easy since it's solar-charged and thus would never need batteries replaced nor plugged in to charge. I figure the case has an adjustable angle, so it should be good to use at a desk, on the couch, or in bed. My concerns are: - How can I trouble-shoot if he has issues? Currently I can VNC into his computer and solve 98% of problems remotely. As far as I know, there is no VNC server for iPad, or anything similar, correct? - How is the Russian language support on third-party apps? I know iOS in general is ok with other languages, but how are the apps? - Does anyone here use eTVnet to stream Russian programming? Does it work well on iPad? - Has anyone here had experience teaching a 90-year-old how to use an iPad? Any tips? Also, his current computer has been acting up a bit lately and I think it needs to be replaced soon. Even if I do replace it with another Windows PC, I am really not sure which to choose. Seems Windows 10 tablets would be even more difficult to teach, but offer larger screens. Or, while setting up another Windows 7 desktop is an option, I am not sure for how much longer he can sit in an office chair and use the mouse for.