Watching HD 1080P Videos on Nexus 10

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Watching HD 1080P Videos on Nexus 10

Postby cindyhuan » Wed Apr 17, 2013 9:10 am

Google's Nexus 10 enables a 2560x1600 resolution on a 10" display, and features a powerful Samsung SoC. Can the affordable tablet take down Apple's iPad through superior hardware and better value? We apply our benchmark suite to answer those questions.

The Nexus 10 is well-built. The plastic case features a rubberized coating that resists fingerprints, and the material is thick enough that it doesn't give when you press on it. Many folks are going to prefer Apple's more industrial feel, but we've had plenty of issues with scratched-up enclosures, so that's not necessarily a universal winner, either.

In any case, it's worth noting that the Nexus 10's curves don't actually look as pronounced when the tablet is in your hands as they do in photographs of the tablet. Besides which, there are actually some practical benefits to the accentuated curves; when holding the Nexus 10 two-handed in landscape mode – as most users probably will be 95% of the time – the rounded edges sit really nicely in the palm of the hand, making the Nexus 10 more comfortable to hold than say, any of the current Asus Transformer range or indeed the iPad 4. At just 603g, the Nexus 10 is also 50g lighter than the iPad 4. This might not sound like much on paper, but in your hands the difference is noticeable.

The Nexus 10 makes you think of tablets in a whole different way. However, it seems that it is difficult for you to play 1080p/720p Videos on it. Chances are that the audio and video are out of sync, the video is without sound, or the video even can't be recognized and played by Surface.

How to import 1080p/720p Videos, like XviD to Nexus 10? Well, actually, that's very simple. What you only need is a professional Mobile Devices Video Converter, which will help you finish this task perfectly with high efficiency.

Doremisoft Video Converter (Video Converter for Mac) is the ideal converter for all users who have the format compatible problems. It is also a perfect Lumia 920/Surface Video Converter with which you can easily convert almost all videos to mobile devices, such as converting MKV to Lumia 920 and Surface Pro.

Tips: If you want to convert mobile devices video to ISO for backup on DVD disc, you can also try Doremisoft DVD Creator.
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