>media computer hooked up to tv
shitty tablet, but works perfectly for manga and I got it for free
only plebs read manga on a 16:9 monitor
My computer has two monitors. One is 4:3 and the other is 16:9. The are at different elevations and angles so whenever I adjust my sitting position if the other monitor is at a better angle I switch to it. I also sit at a 150 degree angle to my desk as opposed to the normal 90. Kind of a fucked setup.
I know that pain. I sometimes use my tablet for anime when I'm in bed etc, and having to guess where the OP ends gets annoying.
How big is your phone screen? Maybe its because I'm assburgered, but I can't read and watch shit on small screens (iphone screen etc)
For everyone who doesn't care this is what >>117091515 looks like.
These things called tablets and the new phones so popular nowadays are cancer.
I watch and will always watch my animu with my good big white old ass computer monitor like I always did and I wouldn't want it any other way.
I'm not talking about anime you faggot, I'm talking about manga. Reading manga on a 16:9 display is cancerous.
Have you considered getting a programming monitor? Or one that can be rotated to a vertical position
Might as well ask, but what's a good Tablet to read manga and watch anime.
been thinking about the LG GPad 8.3, it's pretty cheap where I live 220 euro and has full HD screen.
Or is there something else that's cheap?
I watch/read anime and manga on my Nexus 7. It's comfy as fuck.
Perfect Viewer for manga, MX Player for anime
I once knew a guy who watched anime on his mobile.
Probably one of the more unlikable people I knew at the time, certainly the most obnoxious.
He was a Narutard so no surprise there
>tfw there are amphineets on /a/ who haven't experienced the comfort of watching anime/reading manga in bed with a hot water bottle, because "muh pc mustard"
On my monitor generally, but lately it's been more convenient to just stream it to my iPad via Plex. That way I can sit wherever I feel like in the house at the given moment.
As for manga, I convert volumes to PDFs and load them into iBooks on my iPad.
> Labtop with VGA cord plugged into a 32 inch LCD. Headphone jacked into a 4 piece stereo system with surround sound and bass via Red/White connections.
I got some sick bass on that shit pumping out EDs/OPs like party central. Turn the bass up loud enough and you could here this throughout the entire neighborhood.
>Laptop but I am thinking of getting a tablet to read them on the fly.
I would do this but I don't trust water bottles as I have heard of horrible stories of people being burned from them. Well said people were stupid enough to put boiling water into out only for it to burst open during the night, fuck that shit.
55 inch 4k. Upscales,but i don`t give a fuck
>hitty tablet, but works perfectly for manga and I got it for free
How do you view your manga? Buy it through the store, view it in browser, or use an app?
I also have a nook but I don't use it for manga since each issue for any series is at least $5 each. Web browsing I find sucks hard on my nook, and I can't find an app out there that can act as a reader.
Watch shows and read manga on portrait mode with this god tier lightweight ultrabook
Download scanlations on PC and use a reader app to view them. I use comicrack. Just archive the manga into chapters/volumes in rar format, then convert to cbr using CMD prompt
>it can't turn into a tablet
Step it up.
Mostly on my PC, but on days I can't stand my chair for my desk I boot up my 360, lay down in bed, and watch shit on Crunchyroll because I have a membership just for the fuck of it.
I have 3 24" screens which are sort of close to my bed, but my eyes are too shit to make actual use of that. I usually read / watch whilst sitting on the chair, then, but if I wanted to lie in bed I could use my laptop (or just pick a manga off the shelf if I wanted to read).
Plugging my laptop on the widescreen monitor i use for working on dual-screen setup from time to time.
Mostly on the same laptop (not very portable), sometimes converted and dropped into the ereader, but that's kind of an hassle.
Undecided about either buying a tablet (for easier handling of manga/epubs) or keep saving for buying a new PC (a desktop) as this one is kind of old.
That sounds like it would stretch out everything way too much. I'm reluctant to even watch anime on my 32" because I feel like it reduces the quality too much because of low PPI
The quality doesn't decrease if the screen is bigger. You use a TV when you are sitting a couple of meters away.
Horrible picture of my 42" and stereo
The quality doesn't decrease, but larger screens have a lower PPI. This makes the image look less sharp than it would on a smaller screen.
Jeans are comfy you heathen.
>americans actually believe this
if you wear sweatpants in my country people will think you are either a pregnant woman, chav or invalid. I'm not any of those things. Obviously doesn't apply during exercise.
Anime on any 1080p > 22" monitor/tv
Manga in bed with pic related
More PPI is always nice, but it doesn't reallly mattter when wathcing 720p og 1080p content. Not to mention you are sitting further away from a TV than a computer monitor.
I like jeans.