how to make tablet screen to be desktop monitor ???

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i am fan 16:10 monitor and everywhere only available 30 inch for 2560 x 1600 in the world... it looks bit pixelated due to has only about 100 ppi (pixel per inch)... but, i found tablets 10 inch with high resolution 2560 x 1600, so it has 300 ppi and doesnt look pixelated... i am trying to make it to be desktop monitor... but still, i cant find the way...

pleasee help me... >.<
 

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Your cant do it without having VERY VERY bad lag. Because you cant just set it up like a normal display the only way that i can think of doing it is remoting into the computer with the table.

You should just find a monitor that has a good size and just go with 1080P or just get a bigger display
 

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unfortunately, the smallest of 1080p monitor is 21.5 inches (only 108 ppi) and 16:9 ratio suffer a lack of vertical space... i think 16:10 is the most balanced ratio...


 

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because i am serious gamer and want to great image quality (include high pixel density)... i hate pixelated monitor... but, there is no small monitor that below 20 inches for 2560 x 1600... so, i want to make 10 inches tablet screen that has 2560 x 1600 to be desktop monitor...
 
There is a reason phones and tables have high resolution - you look at them from a couple of inches, so you can see the pixels. If you move your 27" monitor at three feet distance (three times farther than the distance you hold the tablet at), you will see same pixel size as on the tablet.
 

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oke thanks alabalcho... i will be looking for the monitor with smallest size but highest pixel density...
 

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i look at monitor from only couple of inches... so, i want to get small monitor with high resolution to avoid pixelated look...
 

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