I have been ill for the past week or so, so I haven’t got around to writing about Counter-Strike: Global Offensive yet. I finally took a nice long look at the intro trailer that Valve released a while ago.
I have to say that I am very disappointed with Valve on this one. If you knew me before my Call of Duty days, you would have known that I was a hardcore Counter-Strike fan since around November 1999 when my friend introduced it to me.
After a load of reading on the many websites that I visited since the update was announced by HTC, I decided to take the plunge and update my phone to Android 2.3.3.
To be honest with you, there aren’t as many differences between 2.2 and 2.3.3 as one might expect. Below I will outline the main differences between the two with some screen-shots as no websites I found with reliable information had provided enough of a description for each new feature.
Recently I was enquiring about some sort of skin or full on keyboard that had all lower-case letters on it to help Ryan while he’s typing out his blog posts. While enquiring, a friend offered to buy him a keyboard skin, being the cheap-o I am, I gladly accepted!
The keyboard skin arrived this morning and Ryan opened his gift.
Ryan as he pulled the skin from the envelope.
Sadly it is not of brilliant quality as I was expecting, but for now until I can get some money together to get a proper keyboard with lower-case letters actually written on the keys, it should do a very good job in helping him with his blog posts.
This is how it looks on my keyboard.
As a test I will be getting Ryan to post a blog later on today to see how he gets along with the keyboard skin.
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