Google Nexus 10 is considered as the best 10 inch android tablet. To be honest, it’s a larger version of its impressive Nexus 7 (See also: New Nexus 7 Review). The last two iPads have had an impressive Retina quality screen as a great selling point. The Nexus 10 goes even further with a whopping 2560 x 1600 resolution – the same as the 13in MacBook Pro with Retina display. Google calls it the “world’s highest resolution tablet display”.
A pixel density of 300ppi is nothing short of incredible. Everything displayed on the screen looks super sharp and detailed. We found the screen very responsive and viewing angles are astounding. And at 16:10 the aspect ratio is good for watching films.
Some Nexus 10 users often ask me such a question, “how can i watch dvd films on Nexus 10 tablet?”. Obviously, DVD discs can’t be played by tablets directly, even if the DVD backup ISO or IFO image files. In fact, as long as you pick up a DVD ripping program, you can easily make it. The most famous is handbrake. Which is freeware. But, according to my own experience, this one can’t rip copy-protected DVDs (ie: Disney and other animated discs). Handbrake actually convert MPEG video (including DVD-Video) into an MPEG-4 video file, but only limited to these DVD-like source: VIDEO_TS folder, DVD image or real DVD (CSS will not be supported and must be dealt with externally with third-party software and libraries. So you’ll need to add an intermediate step to get protected DVD movies onto Nexus 10.