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1stPlayer Bullet Hunter MK6 Gaming Keyboard Review

By: Chad Sebring | Keyboards in Peripherals | Posted: Dec 10, 2018 6:00 pm
TweakTown Rating: 89%Manufacturer: 1STPLAYER

Software

 

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Without having an optical drive set up in any of the PCs in the office, we are glad that they can also be found online. Once downloaded and installed, we can open it for our first glance as to what we can do. We see that there are three profiles to use, that there is a Macro system in place, that there is some form of "ligh" (lighting) controls, and that we can restore the software defaults with the click of a single button.

 

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In reverse order, we first venture into the lighting controls. There, we find a drop-down box with presets, a brightness meter, speed control of patterns, a place to choose colors or a checkbox for colorful, and even the direction of the modes can be changed. To the right, the image will reflect the selected pattern in real-time.

 

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Do give you an idea of what 1stPlayer offers for preset modes, we opened up the drop-down menu. In it, you can see nineteen various options. Some are variations of a similar idea, but we are nearly certain the majority of the customers will be happy with one of these.

 

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To work the Macro system, click Macro from the main menu, and this box will appear. To start, you need to click on the "+" above record. This starts the system and enables you the ability to rename the Macro. You then click record, enter the sequence of commands, the in the center, they will show up being pressed, released, and for how long they were used. Entrees can be edited after the fact, and you can also record time delays as well as setting how many times the Macro is repeated with a single key press.

 

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Once you have your Macros saved and are ready to set them to a key, you then go into the profiles menus. Here, a second window opens once you select a key (spacebar highlighted green) which is where you locate them. This menu allows for remapping of all keys as well, and in case either set of multimedia keys are not enough, there is a section to address this again, or any of the dual functionality features the Bullet Hunter has on the F-keys by default.

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