Killa’s Surprise Unboxings Pt.2 [UPDATE 1]

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*This is a continuation of the following blog: www.capcom-unity.com/aktion/blog/2016/08…

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-INTRO-

Yes folks!, that highly anticipated time has come and now you finally get a satisfying answer to those previously teased mind manipulating questions about this bran new series, that were asked since the 1st of April :D. That’s right, I couldn’t even wait to get this started so-much-so that I made the blog all the way in April, even though I was pretty unsure at the time exactly when this series would finally start.
Although things aren’t officially ready yet thus no unboxings are going to officially happen right now upon revelation of what this series is about, since I prefer to use my own materials rather than materials (pictures etc) from other sources, I have gotten enough intel to know that the progression of the series is indeed immanent and in fact an Official Surprise Unboxing should kick off sometime next week! :D. i actually wanted to start yesterday, at the start of September but couldn’t because of minor inconveniences but never the less, the series is here in September as I said it would!.  
That being said, I will just cut the introduction short here since I want to leave enough space for the actual unboxings, and leave you with this one last tease below xD. If you can figure this surprise out, you’re brilliant! :D.
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[FEB/7th/2017]

This is just a brief update to unbox show off a couple of new fantastic SURPRISES concerning my very marvelous, super-exciting computer build. Today I will just be showing off 3 new terrific peripherals and accessories for the system which includes; A keyboard, a mouse and a controller.
First up; the keyboard a.k.a my competitive beast’s Hand Of Catastrophe :D. Now this keyboard is a very interesting selection because it’s the first of its kind that I have personally bought. Before, I was using a really old keyboard that came with the very first computer we had owned at my house, which was known as a Compaq Presario, and at the time, that computer came with Windows Millennium etc, equipped with a multi-media keyboard with special internet shortcuts and media keys which where programmed to control the system-volume of the computer, skip, fast forward and stop playback of various content, eject disc (from the disc-drive), sleep etc — which at the time was revolutionary in terms of how your keyboard interacted with the system, and enabling you to do much more with it than just type.
Over the years, although I had gotten new computers since then (mainly laptops), the keyboard from that old computer was so good that I never really had to change it to get anything new. Because it had a standard USB port, you could basically hook it up to any computer that was released after the days of Windows Millennium and up. But because of this same very broad range of application, it allowed for a situation where over time, the keyboard as durable as it is, had developed an issue of some kind, and the issue I had in particular is that since it was a corded-peripheral, the cord ended up developing “breakage” which eventually lead to a “shortage” issue, which would cause the keyboard to stop work randomly depending on how the cord was positioned since there was a “break” in the wiring and whenever the wires wouldn’t connect (due to this breakage), the keyboard just couldn’t function because of a break in “power” being supplied to the board and subsequent loss of signaling where the computer could no longer detect or “recognize” the device.
Because if that issue, I knew I definitely needed to get my self a new keyboard while I was getting everything else i needed to develop this competitive phenomenon of a PC that i’m putting together. So I went and bought a very fun new keyboard that’s a little bit more radical than your average keyboard, that fits right in with the over all exciting theme of the kind of computer i’m making, a computer this is for gaming, multitasking (and other sophisticated tasks in the area of computing), and while there were other fantastic options, I still had to keep in mind that I was working with a budget, and that this was not the most important thing to be spending money on.
So I was looking around and it didn’t take long for me to notice a sweet-spot — a keyboard that looked way better than the one I was using over the years, it was more modern, worked way better than the one I was using before, and had a price that was just right — it is the BlueFinger Backlit Keyboard (version CM200), that features a very outstanding cracked-pattern through the keyboard, that gives the illusion of a pulsing, glowing lava going through the keyboard, with keys that light up thanks to the keyboard’s mighty special LEDs that create a really luminous effect. Have a look at this awesome keyboard below from BlueFinger.
This is the Box it comes in:


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This is what the keyboard looks like in its packaging:


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This is the keyboard itself when it’s not on and doesn’t have the light effects:


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As you can observe, you can see the really cool cracked-patern on the board

NOW this is what the keyboard looks like when it’s turned on (or plugged into a computer) — There are three shades; red, blue and purple on this model:


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Currently these pictures were taken in the daytime so the lights aren’t going to look as bright as you would expect in the daytime, but the quality was still good enough to where you can get an accurate idea of how the effect looks, and you’re probably thinking what i’m thinking — this thin ROCKS! :D

To top it off, they also provided a superb high-quality BlueFinger mouse-pad:


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A key think about this keyboard is how it can be operated. Previously, the other keyboard that i had, did not allow for certain inputs to be executed once you were pressing more than one key at a time, and this was very problematic when it came to certain games in particular where you couldn’t do certain things properly if two or more keys were stroked at once.
With this new keyboard, it’s actually designed without that flaw, so when i’m playing games I can now fully control input executions without the limitation where pressing more then one key at-once, could cause your navigation in games to lock-up, and inputs to not register, which means that now I can actually play games alot better without this hindrance, and the fact that the keys light-up, makes it very easy to see what key you are pressing in situations where there is not that much light in the area(s) you’re occupying.
The visibility of the keys despite the cracked-patern spreading through-out all of them, is actually very good. I have no problems making out or locating any key on the keyboard at all, and as a matter of fact, it is like you can actually see the keys alot better on this keyboard due to the added assistance of light than just the standard inked-print that you commonly see on most keyboards. So this is a huge plus, you can actually game with this keyboard in the pitch-black dark and have no issue locating anything on it.
So you have my word on that — believe me I don’t tolerate bull****, so if there were any kind of issue at all, you wouldn’t find me sugar-coating it, you would know unmistakably what I think about the issue, 100% :D. I my opinion the keyboard is excellent, both looks wise where it has an awesome unique effect and illusion that I have never seen in a keyboard before, and also excellent in terms of functionality where there is no restraints. You can definitely game hardcore with this keyboard or just use it for every use. I haven’t detected any input-lag or latency — the keyboard is very responsive. It’s another fantastic purchase that i’m extremely pleased with.
Now it’s on to the next part of my killer system; the mother****ing mouse xD. I shall dub this my beast’s Talon Of Mercilessness.
This is the box it comes in, with the name of the company as you can see on the box, aswell as other details such as other products the company makes(but that info it
located at the back of the box which I didn’t take pictures of):


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Now this is the mouse — look at this beauty!!:


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once you see a dragon on it, it’s the coolest ****ing thing in the place :D
The mouse just like the keyboard, has a very unique and sensational design and it changes colors. It feels great when i’m using it and it’s proof that you don’t have to pay a high price to get high quality, because it works like a charm and the big thing for me is the kind of cord they chose to put on this mouse.
The cord is very flexible and feels like it will last a very long time. Compared to most wired computer mouses, the cord on this feels like a very strong piece of string rather than a stiff brittle plastic surface that is a feeling you usually get with most standard wired computer equipment that have plastic cords. The cord on this mostly seems super durable and flexible unlike any form of corded device I have used or seen before, and for me that is a huge plus because i’m trying to find the right balance between price, style, durability and functionality and seeing products out there such as these, shows that it’s a myth that you can’t get quality products for reasonable prices.
The mouse also seems to have two extra programmable buttons, and one on the top which is used to switch between the different color modes that the mouse is capable of displaying. So it’s yet again another awesome purchase that is affordable and also fun :D. It’s the hand of my incredible system that will obviously enable it to unleash the dragon — no game or system is safe with this powerful competitive beast on the loose hahahahaha :D
Now finally for today’s last SURPRISE unboxing, I shall give you a look at the tail of this marvel, that shall allow for super saiyan mode levels of gaming once leveraged, and it is my brand new CONTROLLER!! :D
I needed a controller for a long time but I wanted one that was a cut above the one I had before (that did not last very long xD) and all the other ones I came across in the past, and I was looking and looking and I came across a collection of Xbox branded controllers made by a company known and Rock Candy, and I knew instantly that this controller was worthy to be apart of my powerful creation :D.
I looked around and this controller just stood out to me like it was calling me xD. it was like I just needed to have this controller — the way you can tell the different buttons apart with the sensational contrast of the mainly blue surface of the controller and the white Start, Back, directional, shoulder and trigger keys and the colorful xbox Y,B,X,A buttons and the fact that it does have the right amount of keys you would need to play just about any game, its flawless color scheme and the fact that the cord was designed with safety in mind with an Anti-Trip/pull mechanism where the cable can detach from the controller if it gets pulled to a certain extent, made this a must have for me.
So considering all that I had seen and what i was looking to achieve with my purchases, I just had to get this controller hands down, check it out!
PDP Rock Candy Wired Controller. This is the controller in its packaging:


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and this is just the plain controller out of its box and everything — look at this fantastic controller:


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Some More good news is, this actually works rigt out of the box. No hassle, no having to go online and download drivers, no second program you have to install — I just took this thing out, plugged it into my computer and it worked flawlessly, and to really emphasize how good the controller is, I actually was able to just plug it in and use it with a game that was released for PC just a few days ago — I used this with a very new title and it worked seamlessly.
It’s not a very heavy controller but it doesn’t feel like it’s flimsy, it feels like a real quality controller and it’s very responsive. Keep in mind i’m using this on an old 2011 laptop, so if I can use it on this, then those of you with much better systems should be able to get this work like a charm even more so than it did for me.
Another thing I like, is the design of the directional-pad (D-Pad) on this controller. The controller I was using before had grooves between the directional keys for its D-Pad which caused the keys to have very ridged edges, and whenever I would try to move my thumb to another directional key to shift directions in a game, my finger would at times hit into the edge of the keys, which mean that you had to lift up your thumb and place it directly over a directional key and then press down to prevent your finger from butting into the edge of those keys, which resulted in a much slower input with that kind of d-pad design, where as, with this one on this controller, it is designed with a sophisticated tilt mechanism, that allows you to just slide and tilt the D-Pad at the angle you want to maneuver, which results in much more fluid movement in gameplay and input that’s a couple of seconds faster than that of the type of D-Pad that I had been describing earlier which is good for when you’re playing games that are fast-paces where those seconds matter. So I am absolutely pleased with that kind of innovation in this controller. Sure if you want fluid movement you can use the thumb sticks, but in some games the d-pad actually feels better an i’m from the old school so I love the D-Pad, I play most games with the D-Pad, so i’m glad to see that’s how the D-Pad is on this controller.
So once again, I was bang on the money, and things are developing exceptionally and there is still alot more things to come so keep checking back occasionally

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