|Item model number||B720|
|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.3 x 17.7 x 1.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.31 x 17.72 x 1.46 inches|
Bloody B720 Light Strike LK Optical Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Neon LED Backlit - LK Black Switches
|Price:||$79.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- Award Winning LK (Light Strike) Optical Mechanical switches with 0.2ms response time – Black Switch – Linear type. 1.5mm Actuation distance and total travel distance of 3mm. Actuation force of 55cN.
- LED Backlit Keyboard – Vivid Neon LED backlit keys. Customizable lighting profiles.
- Quality Built – Bloody Mechanical Keyboards are built to last and stay relevant for years to come
- Spill & Dust Proof – Spill proof with advanced Nano coating over the PCB board of Mechanical Keyboard. It’s easy to clean and won’t ruin your keyboard.
- Anti-Ghost & Fully Programmable – 100% Anti-ghosting and full N-key rollover over USB and fully programmable with advance macros.
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|Item Dimensions||17.72 x 5.31 x 1.46 in||6.1 x 18.31 x 1.26 in||19.49 x 8.27 x 1.65 in||6.93 x 18.35 x 1.06 in||1.8 x 4.4 x 2.5 in||5.4 x 14.9 x 1.3 in|
Innovative LK Optic Switch technology uses optic switch to react at lightning speed with extreme 0.2ms key response, exclusive "long-lasting" typing sound and tactile feedback, creates more passionate for gamers.
Bloody keyboards feature the unique design, high-quality precision and state-of-the-art technologies. Focusing on details, convenience and ergonomics makes it at the top. As the centerpiece to your gaming setup, Bloody keyboard is designed to deliver total satisfying control right to your finger-tips.
Without any traditional metal bouncing noise. Performs extreme 0.2ms light speed response!
LK Optic switch has a life span of over 100 million key strokes. (Traditional metal switch tends to oxidize and wear out easily)
Innovative LK(Light Strike) technology uses Optic Switch to react at light speed with extreme 0.2ms key response, can never be surpassed!
Optic Switch only needs 1.5mm to actuate 30% faster than traditional metal switch (Traditional metal switch needs 2.2 mm to actuate)
Reacts at light speed without lag. (Traditional Metal Switch delays 18~30ms due to metal bouncing)
Electronic sealed + water drain hole greatly prolongs the lifetime of keyboard.
The 8 gaming non-slip silicone keycaps designed for a longer comfort usage.
Press Fn+F8 will disable "Windows" key to avoid interruption during the game session.
Prevents keyboard moving or vibrating during the game.
Top Customer Reviews
PS: Hand rest is comfortable
It's noisy, compared to what I've been using for years. Puts me in mind of the old typewriter days. And while I used to love keys like this, I can tell my typing has evolved to the chicklet style, since I've got more typos using this than I've had in years. But that's just muscle memory not used to having as much key travel. As I start using this more, that will change.
Key strokes are smooth though, space bar is stiffer than the keys, probably to help achieve some longevity since depending on the game, a space bar can get a LOT of use...
I like that the movement keys on the left have the different texture, and that they included standard keys for these as well in case you wanted to give the keyboard a more consistent appearance.
There are four brightness levels for the LED, and unlike some keyboards, the cutouts for the letters and numbers are crisp and clean - good edges, nothing smudgy like so many others I've tried.
I like the braided fabric for the USB cable, not just plastic that tends to harden and split.
I also like what it does after it sits idle, kind of a "screen saver mode" for the keyboard. Random patterns for all the lights turning on and off.
Even the wrist rest for the left side has antiskid rubber on the bottom.
Grabbing both ends lengthwise and trying to twist a little, there's almost no flex. I've not had a keyboard this stiff and solid before.
And as any gaming keyboard needs, the ability to shut off the Windows key is here as well.
The only downsides on this model is the LED - other than brightness, it can't be customized. Some of their other models allow that though, if that's a critical feature. And I would have loved to see some kind of volume control option hardwired like my current keyboard had, a nice rotary knob that controlled it... Minor complaints considering the quality overall.
For a solidly constructed keyboard, I don't think I've felt better.
Overall, I do like this keyboard, but not as much as I do my SteelSeries Apex M500 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Cherry MX Red. I LOVE that SteelSeries keyboard, from the feel and sound of the keys, to how the keycaps are recessed into the main body, to the rock solid feel of it. This keyboard has a similar heft to it (both are quite heavy, which I love), but the keys feel looser on this model and will rattle around if I pick up and shake the keyboard gently. Don't get me wrong - this is a well made keyboard, but I don't think quite as well made as that SteelSeries that costs (as I type this) just about the same amount.
I was a bit worried that I wouldn't like the orange silicone keycaps, but two things: (1) they include in the box black plastic keycaps for all eight of those keys, so you can replace them if you want (which I think is awesome), and (2) I really don't notice a big difference when typing except that those orange keycaps have more texture to them. Included with the spare keycaps is a key puller.
I was also worried that the protruding tabs on the front and raised keys would pose a problem when used with my gel wrist pad because I've tried other keyboards that look similar, and the wrist pad would keep slipping up under the space bar and blocking it. I've had no issues at all with this keyboard, though. Although there is a tab sticking out by the space bar, there are also tabs on both bottom edges that stick out the same distance, and those form enough of a straight edge to keep my wrist pad in place.
Key response is very good, but I'm not fast enough to tell a difference between these switches and any of my other keyboards (including blue, red, and black switches). You don't need to push all of the way down for these to register, which would allow you to be faster if you can train yourself to do that. At 44 years old, I'm so used to other keyboards that I naturally tend to push a key down until it hits bottom, so I haven't been taking advantage of that. I do suspect that someone heavily into gaming could get really good at it, though.
This has the typical flip-out tabs on the bottom top edge to adjust the angle of the keyboard. It only has one set of tabs versus the two on some other keyboard, but the height of the tabs works really well for me. I like how the keyboard has non-skid pads on all four corners of the bottom face, as well as on those tabs. I find that to be almost a must have, and I'm really glad that they included the non-skid edges on the flip-out tabs.
The lighting effects are pretty darn cool, as they included a number of different effects. That said, I don't prefer multi-colored keys because I find them distracting. I like to be able to set the keys to all one color, which can't be done on this keyboard. You can easily adjust the brightness of the keys with the FN and arrow keys, including turning the lights off (which I've done).
I've used this on both Windows machines and Macs, and it works great on both. I don't tend to download the customizing software, so I can't say if it works with Macs or not - but I suspect that it's made only for Windows.
Aesthetically, I don't like it as well as my SteelSeries, but of course that's all personal preference. I prefer keys that are recessed into the base of the main body versus ones like this that are raised up. I also like how the USB cable on the SteelSeries is routed underneath the keyboard versus sticking out the middle of the top edge, but I will say that this cable is well made. I originally found the logo area (above the Home key with the logo and other icons, such as the Caps Lock) to look cheap, but that was only because it comes with a protective film over the top of it. Once I took that film off, it looked much nicer to me.
In conclusion, I really like the heft of this and the response of the keys, and it works flawlessly for me as a touch typist and casual gamer. It's louder than I like, as I prefer red switches. I also like the design and look of my SteelSeries keyboard better. I think that this is a good keyboard, for gaming or regular use, but it's not my personal choice.
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