Why I would choose Nexus 7 as far as tablet comes to the table? Here is the simple reason, Nexus seven is less expensive, but it does not sacrifice hardware configurations; It is perfect in size and weight, but at the same time feels solid in hands; and most importantly, it comes from Google and runs the latest Jelly Bean, an open source. Plus, it plays all kinds of videos, which to me, is a determining factor because I watch movies a lot, on the move. I can even watch DVD movies on this 7 inch tablet with 1200*800 resolution, with the help of DVDFab DVD Ripper, a piece of well-received DVD ripper software in the marketplace.


If you happen to be a Nexus 7 owner who, like meself, watches movies a lot, you can check out this guide to learn how to rip DVD movies for Nexus 7 tablet:


Convert DVDs for Nexus 7: Step 1 -> Download and install the latest DVDFab 9 onto your computer;


Convert DVDs for Nexus 7: Step 2 -> Launch DVDFab 9, choose Ripper option at the Option Interface (or from the Option Bar at the Main Interface), then load the DVD you are about to convert;


Convert DVDs for Nexus 7: Step 3 -> Select the movie title, audio track and subtitle stream you want to keep at the Operation Window, click the Profile Box (or Profile Icon) to find Nexus 7 from Profile Library and press "OK" button, then just hit  “Start” button at the Main Interface to go converting.



Note: selecting Nexus 7 profile from the built-in Profile Library is the key point of the whole process.


Software you need: The latest build of DVDFab 9

Product you need order: DVD Ripper


For more information, just move on to DVDFab DVD Ripper page.