T-Mobile's G-Slate with Google is my favorite Android tablet currently on the market. I say that based mainly on the device's hardware, which is fast, responsive, lightweight, and just about perfectly designed. You may find the 8.9'' display too small, or too long and narrow or what have you. That's what's nice about the rapidly growing Android tablet market: There are literally tablets in all shapes and sizes.
G-Slate's software needs some updating and refinement, just like the Android 3.0-powered Motorola Xoom. And I can't really speak to G-Slate's data performance since I've been in such a weak cellular reception area -- though it's performed just fine over WiFi. The 3D functionality is fun, if not great, but at least it doesn't get in the way. And the device is competitively priced.
It features great performance of 1080P HD video or 720P 3D content playback, and I would like to share a good way to rip Blu-ray/DVD movies onto T-Mobile's G-Slate for playback. Then follow this guide:
Step 1. Free download and install this Blu-ray Ripper
Click "BD/DVD ROM or BD/DVD Folder" to load Blu-ray/DVD disc or Blu-ray/DVD folder files. It will decrypt the Blu-ray DVD disc automatically when loading disc.
Step 2. Set output audio/video format for G-Slate
Click the pull down menu at the opposite side of "Format", then follow "Common video" >> "H.264 video" for G-Slate. You can still choose "subtitles" and "language" for targert file through "Subtitle" option above "Format".
Step 3: Adjust video and audio parameters
To get 1080P quality Mp4 for G-Slate, you are allowed to click "Settings" button to optimized the output file quality by adjusting video and audio parameters. The codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channel are all adjustable in the following interface.
Step 4. Start to convert Blu-ray/DVD
When the above mentioned steps are done, you can click "Convert" button to start converting Blu-ray movies for G-Slate. Once the conversion is completed, you can mount your G-Slate onto your computer via USB, then copy the generated Mp4 file from PC to your G-Slate.
In this way, we can enjoy Blu-ray DVD movies on G-Slate with high quality.
For Mac uesrs: Blu-ray to G-Slate Converter for Mac