Review: Trans Lucy 2

I have to admit something to you all. I have a terrible, nerdy and to some, an entirely confusing habit. I spend a lot of time on my computer, mostly reading a lot of news and researching my various interests. But, I also find that I like to watch movies and TV shows pretty much constantly. This becomes a problem on a 13.3 inch screen. I typically end up having a tiny video screen in the top left corner and as much as I can read crammed into the rest of my screen.

But no more thanks to Trans Lucy 2 by Startly Technologies.

‘Trans Lucy is a DVD player that lets users float the video display above other applications and adjust the translucency so they can see and work with documents “œbehind-the-scenes.”

Trans Lucy is a radical new way to watch DVDs on your computer. Unlike other computer DVD players, Trans Lucy lets you float the video display above your other applications. Trans Lucy goes one step further by allowing you to make the video display translucent so you can still see and work with your documents that are “behind-the-scenes.” You will love being able to watch movies and keep working at the same time. But this goes beyond just entertainment. A user can watch educational DVDs while working on course material or use Trans Lucy for a myriad of other similar instructional purposes. The ability to multi-task is greatly increased with this patent pending technology.’

As such, I’m watching Scrubs full screen as I write this. My girlfriend says it makes her sick but to me it’s another way to cram as much media through my eyes as possible.

Startly Technologies bills Trans Lucy 2 as primarily a DVD player but it also handles any file that Quicktime can. Through the use of plug-ins and extra codecs most video formats are supported, such as .avi, .mp4, .m4v and divX.

If you’ve ever run into a situation where you HAVE to get that term paper done but watching Lost somehow takes precedent; this is your perfect solution.

Download Demo or Purchase Trans Lucy 2 here

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