The RIM BlackBerry PlayBooktablet is regarded as the biggest rival to Apple iPad.It is equipped with a 7" WSVGA (1024x600) multi-touch screen and Adobe Flash Player 10.1.And with the support of 1080P HD video playback, BlackBerry PlayBook tablet produces quite wonderful HD video experience for users. Want to make full use of your DVD discs collections and watch DVD on PlayBook? Then you need to convert DVD to PlayBook video formats. To convert DVD to PlayBook videos, you will need a professional DVD to PlayBook converter to help you. Leawo DVD Ripper , the best DVD to PlayBook Converter, will easily convert DVD to PlayBook video formats for you to let you freely watch DVD on BlackBerry PlayBook with ease, within only several clicks. Leawo also provides Mac DVD Ripper for Mac user to rip and convert DVD to PlayBook video on Mac to let Mac users freely watch DVD on PlayBook with ease.
Load source DVD files
Launch the DVD to PlayBook converter to load DVD content. Click the "Load DVD" button to import DVD for conversion. You can import DVD discs and DVD folders as you like.
Set output profile
Click the "Profile" to select output profile for your DVD videos. As BlackBerry PlayBook tablet supports video formats including 1080p HD Video, H.264, MPEG, DivX, and WMV, choose one from these, say HD H.264.
Convert DVD to PlayBook video
Click the convert button at bottom-right to start conversion from DVD to PlayBook tablet video formats. After converting DVD to PlayBook video formats, then you can transfer the converted DVD movies to PlayBook tablet via USB cable to freely watch HD DVD movies on BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
If you want to convert video to BlackBerry PlayBook, you could use Leawo Video Converter, a professional BlackBerry PlayBook Video converter.
The BlackBerry PlayBook is a tablet computer by Research In Motion (RIM), a Canadian company that produces consumer electronics, best known for the BlackBerry smartphone. Also announced was a new operating system, the BlackBerry Tablet OS, based on QNX Neutrino, to run on the tablet. The device was released for general purchase in the United States on April 19, 2011, and early sales figures note that approximately fifty thousand (50,000) were sold on launch day, and some analysts estimate RIM to sell 500,000 units during their first fiscal quarter ending in May.