Bloody B975 Light Strike (LK Libra) Optical Gaming Keyboard with Aluminum Wrist Rest - RGB LED Backlit – LK Brown Switch (Linear & Smooth)
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- ►Tap into the future with LK Libra, with the fastest key response and true 1:1 raw input, now with added per-key stabilization bar for precision handling. Continuous optical beam delivers zero-latency and contact-free engineering for up to 66.6% more durability than mechanical switches. Calibrated Precision, 1.5mm Actuation, Less Key Chatter.
- ►Optical sensors are completely digital, freeing them from mechanical failures (metal friction, liquid spills, or oxidization) and to be actuated with extreme precision. Nanocoating water resistant barrier and drainage holes ensure you're never out of the fight when accidents happen.
- ►Weapons-grade anodized aluminum design maintains a lightweight frame while eliminating smudges and fingerprints from your strenuous gaming sessions. Comes with Detachable ergonomic wrist-rest.
- ►Illumine RGB Backlighting – LK Libra's new Prizm lens radiates vivid, clear RGB backlighting that won't distract you from your gaming sessions. Choose your battle colors for per-key backlighting and represent your squad, guild, or clan.
- ►Detachable ergonomic wrist-rest was engineered to deliver total comfort and its ability to quickly stow away for portability. Comes with two swappable wrist rest face plate – Black and Red.
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Light Strike - The Science of the Competitive Edge
- Tap into the future with the all fastest key response and true 1:1 raw input with precision handling
- Continuous optical beam delivers zero-latency and contact-free engineering
- The fastest and most reliable switch for competitive gaming
Gamers and eSports pros count on Light Strike (LK) to help shave crucial milliseconds of latency, making all the difference between victory and defeat on the competitive stage. Light Strike optical switches focus on speed, giving pros a definitive advantage by truly being one step ahead of their opponent when the game is on the line.
- Calibrated Precision, 1.5mm Actuation, Less Key Chatter
- Zero Lag, 1:1 Raw Input
- 25% Faster Response than Traditional Mechanical Switches
Raising the Bar at Light Speed
Exclusive switch design blends the speed and precision of award-winning optical technology with a stabilized, premium key feel to withstand the toughest battles.
Optical sensors are completely digital, freeing them from mechanical failures (metal friction, liquid spills, or oxidization) and to be actuated with extreme precision.
Switch Up Your Style
Exclusive Light Strike (LK) Optical Switch Technology for ZERO Digital Lag and 25% Faster key response comes in two versions:
All Light Strike Keyboards use a nano-coating layer that is highly resistant to spills, splashes, and spouses. In extreme cases you can you can pop the switches out individually for more thorough cleaning (ex. sodas, sugary drinks).
The Science of the Competitive
Light Strike optical switches are even designed to outlast the competition with over 100 million keystrokes - that's a 66.6% (repeating, of course) increase in lifespan over current mechanical switches.
Ergonomic Wrist Rest
Detachable ergonomic wrist-rest was engineered to deliver total comfort and its ability to quickly stow away for portability
Illumine RGB - Illumination.
Libra's new Prizm lens radiates vivid, clear RGB backlighting that won't distract you from your gaming sessions. Choose from over 16.8 million colors for per-key backlighting.
Conquer with Confidence
- Weapons-grade anodized aluminum design maintains a lightweight frame while eliminating smudges and fingerprints from your strenuous gaming sessions
- No matter where you battle, an exclusive advanced Nano-coating layer adds water resistance and protects against corrosion, prolonging your keyboard's lifeline
- Liquid Flow-through drainage channels ensure accidental spills won't leave you out of the fight
- 100% Anti-Ghosting and N-Key Rollover ensures even the most complex key combinations always register quickly and accurately
- Reinforces all keys with a stabilizing bar for tighter control and a premium, uniform key feel.
- The improved, calculated shallow stroke increases the reactive return rate of keys, eliminating wasted key travel and finger fatigue.
- A reinforced space bar with balancing rail and double springs helps maintain accuracy and durability while all keys provide the satisfying feel gamers have come to know and love.
Ultimate Gaming Gear. Built For You.
LK Libra comes in three different sizes to fit your needs. Full-size standard set, a ten-keyless for portability and tournament play, and a unique left-hand hybrid design for ergonomics and accessibility to bindings.
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If you’ve seen the pictures of the optical keyswitches, you’ve probably noticed they look pretty strange. I myself was wondering whether or not a (normal) custom keycap set would work with them – and let me answer that question: they will. The keycaps themselves, and the little ‘+’ that slots the keycap onto the switch, are identical to the keycaps of other mechanical keyboards. As a bonus, Bloody includes in the box TWO sets of extra keys for Q,W,E,R,A,S,D,F (the gamer layout) and even a little keycap puller tool. One set is clear with black text and similar plastic to the normal keycaps, the other is red with a noticeable slightly rubbery feel and an indent similar to what Logitech puts on some of their gamer-oriented keyboards. Strangely, each type of keycap has a different font; which is certainly interesting. While personally I’m not a fan of the strange keycap shape, I really appreciate that Bloody includes them with the keyboard; I bet quite a few people would be very happy to have them. I have no room to complain here, but I would have liked an extra set of keycaps for the arrow keys; though you can easily use any third-party set if you care about it that much (I certainly don’t).
My keyboard is the “orange switch” model which is described as “tactile and clicky”. If you’re a fan of MX-blues, I think you’ll be happy here. If you’re a fan of Razer’s Razer Green keyswitches, I think you’ll be even happier. I was very, very surprised with how similar the switches felt and sound to my Blackwidow. I can’t speak on behalf of the “brown switch” model, but I really, really love how these switches feel. Before buying, I was worried I wouldn’t like how they felt; a problem I had when testing other keyboards with Cherry MX-Reds, Browns and even Speeds. At least to me, these switches feel as fast as the speeds, as tactile and clicky as blues, without being quite as loud (though they are still plenty loud, which I like).
As for the rest of the keyboard, it feels very high quality. Bloody states that they use a “weapons-grade anodized aluminum” and I certainly believe that they do. I felt very little if any keyboard flex with a reasonable amount of force given to it, and I truly believe this keyboard could hold up to a lot of abuse. The plastic in the keycaps is very nice, I have no complaints about the feel of any part of this keyboard. As for design; unlike older models, Bloody has dialed back a bit on the gamer aesthetic. If the corners were in a perfect rectangle and not the hexagon/octagon-esque shape and the lights on the sides of the keyboard turned off, I don’t think anyone would give the keyboard a second glance in an office environment. With that said, I’m glad they didn’t give up on the gamer aesthetic altogether; I like my keyboards to have a little bit of flair without going overboard. The hexagon/octagon-eqsue corners are very subtle and don’t affect my placement of the keyboard at all. I’m especially fond of the lights on the side of the keyboard which read “Light Strike Gaming Keyboard”, while the words aren’t customizable; the lights behind the text are! The little feet on the rear of the keyboard, for those who choose to use them, are very rubbery and do not slip at all on my desk. Nor do the pads on the bottom (as I don’t typically use the feet).
This brings me to the software and LED customizability, which isn’t perfect, but is very easy to use and I personally found the tool just as easy to use as Razer’s Chroma configurator. I use a 4K monitor, and it would seem that Bloody’s “KeyDominator2” software has a little bit of a scaling issue, but it’s minor and I imagine wouldn’t be difficult to fix in a future update. With that said, like any keyboard configurator you’ll likely only use it once in a great while; so the scaling issue I experienced is extremely minor in the grand scheme of things. I’m not entirely sure how capable the software is to do really advanced animations and the like – but I was able to recreate my custom keyboard animation that I had on my Blackwidow in about 10 minutes; I’m very happy here. If macros are your thing, I don’t think you’ll have any trouble making those either.
There are two ways to change the LED effects on the keyboard; FN + F12 cycles through 6 defined/preloaded animations, and FN + any of the number keys can pick a specific animation you have defined/preloaded. Custom animations you make can be saved directly to the keyboard and used on another computer without installing any specific drivers or extra software. When I plugged in the keyboard for the very first time, it was on and ready to go seemingly instantaneously without needing to install a driver; much like how a lot of Logitech products are.
The last thing that I want to touch on is the packaging that the keyboard comes in. Soft but sturdy white foam surrounds the keyboard inside the box and the keyboard is wrapped in bubble wrap in the middle. It would take a lot of effort to damage this keyboard in shipping, and the extra effort Bloody put into assuring the keyboard would be safe makes me respect Bloody just that much more. The box is also quite sturdy, easy to open and I would recommend hanging on to it if you ever intend to travel with your keyboard. I mention this only because the packaging for my Blackwidow was really bad in comparison.
I really, really love this keyboard and I don’t think my money could have been better spent elsewhere. Bloody, I really hope you keep up the good work and make more gems like you have here. I’m very happy, and I think this keyboard will serve me for a very long time. I’m going to have to look into making the ‘optical’ switch to a Bloody mouse.
My favorite 'gaming' keyboard to date. I have used many throughout the years - most recently the Corsair K63 with Cherry Red keys - and have found the switch from mechanical to optical switches a palpable change. My previous keyboard was extremely fast (Corsair) and quiet, but I didn't realize until I switched to the Bloody B930 how much of a difference getting the instantaneous feedback from the clicky/tactile keys makes when gaming. I can tell you my reaction time in games and command execution speed has gone not because I can tell the microsecond differences in opitcal vs. mechanical (the optical being faster) but because of the combination of the 'clicky keys' and the optical switches. I now know instantly when to hit the next ability or when my previous one is done. I can seamlessly string together a combo of commands.
I opted for the ten-keyless version as I wanted something to sit on my limited space desk as well as a keyboard I can travel around and game with. The construction is simple, efficient, and sturdy all the things I want in any product. I do not have to worry about trying to plug in a multitude of auxiliary USB ports, microphone/audio jacks, etc. If you want something gaudy and with superfluous ports/chords I would not buy this keyboard.
Call me nerdy, but I spent a lot of money putting together a red/black themed water-cooled gaming PC, and I was not looking forward to having to install yet another proprietary program to run my keyboard's RGB. The compromise came in the form of built in presets allowing me to match my color but not having to install more drivers.
I can now attest to the spill resistance of the keyboard as I knocked over half a can of Dr. Pepper on it last night, and was able to clean it up without having any malfunctions since.
All in all it is an amazing keyboard ("Bloody good keyboard" as someone else put)! You can't go wrong with a keyboard that only has a single negative review about the wrist pad design (as most people who are buying a ten keyless KB want minimal amount of accessories anyways). I also do not understand the complaint about the inclusion of after market keycaps with a tool for installation. If an individual wishes to install extra or custom parts they will know the simple procedure?
I cannot find a thing to dislike about this keyboard. If I do in the future, I will update this review.
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