City living has its perks, but spacious apartments usually aren't one of them. Today's featured workspace combines a living area and workspace with an equal dose of technology and well-executed design.
Lifehacker reader Sam Laviit lives in a small but well-appointed apartment where making the most of space is imperative. The screen real estate provided by his setup would make anyone envious, but especially those of us that spend all day in front of the terminal wishing for a screen just a little bit bigger. A computer rig built on the Intel Skulltrail platform with dual quad-core processors is the brains behind his five screen setup: one 56" HDTV and four 24" monitors in portrait mode. All four monitors are on fully articulating arms which makes it easy to swing, slide, and adjust them into whatever configuration works best for the project at hand. Throw in the wireless mouse and keyboard and Sam has both a space for work and play that puts most to shame.
Living Large in a NYC Shoebox [Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell Pool]