Pic is not mine. I'm currently traveling and i'm watching the shows on my lap, and I was wondering how you guys saw anime: on your PCs, LCDs, Blurays, etc.
I have a bluray home theater and a 32'' LED TV, and with my external hard drive, I can watch 1080p 5.1ch shows, the only thing is onlt certain video and audio formats are readable on my Bluray, and it has no .ssa/.ass support, so I use it not so often... I watch the shows more on my PC.
How abuout you /a/?
Or rarely on my phone after downing off Nyaa
i have a toshiba laptop with vlc that i use to stream all my anime.
i usually watch it sitting in a chair on a desk, but at night times i watch it on my bed with the laptop on a pillow beside me.
pic from some valentines day thread
40in vizio + VLC
TV also hooks up to Netflix, CR for when I want to watch a shit show, especially when I know it's not worth downloading but I'm bored and can see it subbed before anyone else does. inb4 streamfag: Fuck off. I do what I like faggots.
How do you people justify multi-display setups?
I mainly do play vidya and watch animu with my machine, so I can't see the point of having multiple screens. But am really trying hard to find a reason other than the Cool Factor™
if you WORK on computers at all, multi-screen is incredibly useful for when you have lots of windows.
Like I have three screens at work, but I just go with one BIG screen at home
So if you work from home a LOT, or do some more computer intensive stuff at home as a hobby; then having multiple screens is a good idea.
If not; really no point. It's unjustifiable for "casual" computer usage like web surfing, watching movies, playing games/
If you use two, you'll quickly find uses that you didn't think of before. It makes using Windows much easier and more intuitive. Also, if you turn one vertically, you'll wonder how you ever web browsed horizontally.
These threads always make me jealous. My room is so tiny and I only have a shitty laptop.
Using two monitors with windows is annoying sometimes though. I just got two monitors, a while ago, but it's just the little things they should have included that really make the experience almost not worth it.
Biggest complaint is having to drag to monitor onto the other screen each time. If I'm opening something from the taskbar on this monitor, chances are it's because I want it to come up on that monitor and not the other one.
Go ask that crazy tripfag yourself if you care so much.
He is frequent on /g/ in battlestation's thread.
His name is something like sysadmin of gensokyo with butterfly or whatever.
I have a monitor arm that I swing out and point downwards. Underneath and on the floor are layers of soft things layered between a sleeping bag. Included is two pillows for head and body, MDR V-6, and the Advanced Touchpad app so I can control my laptop with my phone acting as a touchpad and meyboard.