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Bloody B820 Light Strike LK Optical Mechanical Gaming Keyboard – RGB LED Backlit (LK Red Switch)
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- Award Winning LK (Light Strike) Optical Mechanical switches with 0.2ms response time – Red Switch – Linear and Non-Clicky. 1.8mm Actuation point and total travel distance of 3mm. Actuation force of 50g.
- Customizable RGB backlighting – Vivid RGB backlit with 16.8 million colors and virtually unlimited lighting customization.
- Aluminum Alloy Panel – Aluminum cutting-edge gunmetal tech finish for incredible look and durability. Double Shot ABS keycaps.
- 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 USB and fully programmable with advance macros.
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|Sold By||A4Tech - Bloody||SpaceBound||A4Tech - Bloody||Jelly Comb Direct||GranVela Co.,Ltd||Cougar USA|
|Are Batteries Included||No||No||No||No||No||No|
|Are Batteries Required||No||No||No||No||No||No|
|Color||—||Gold - Full||Black||Black||Black(RGB Version)||Red Switch|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB||USB||USB 2.0||USB||USB||USB|
|Item Dimensions||—||8.1 x 20.5 x 2 in||7.09 x 18.03 x 1.46 in||8 x 16.1 x 1.5 in||1.57 x 7.28 x 13.78 in||17.52 x 7.09 x 1.57 in|
|Item Weight||—||—||3.62 lbs||—||—||—|
Bloody B820R RGB Gaming Mechanical Keyboard with Optical Mechanical Light Strike (LK) Switches. Red LK Switches - Linear and Non-Clicky Type with 50g Actuation Force.
Light Strike (LK) is the world’s first optical mechanical switch technology to be introduced to the market. With gamers in mind, the LK is designed for speed and durability. LK technology eliminates all digital noise that all other mechanical keyboards suffer from. By removing digital noise we are able to achieve a 0.2ms response time. B820 is a LK mechanical keyboard that is the most responsive keyboard on the market. LK Red switch is an Linear and non-clicky switch with a 1.8mm actuation point and total travel distance of 3mm.
It features a fully customizable 16.8 million RGB colors with multiple profiles. Bloody keyboards are built with quality materials that provide a premium gaming experience. Our keyboards have a nano-coating over the PCB board that helps ensure the keyboard is dust and water resistant.
This keyboard features 100% N-Key rollover and is fully programmable. The LK switch has the life span of up to 100 million keystrokes. 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.
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45 degree angles on the keycaps that show off the lighting.
Streamlined backplate/shell with no extra clutter. Nice aluminum brushed metal finish.
LK Optic Blue Switch, Infrared activation is the fastest key response ever! Definitely a must buy for gamers who want every edge.
Plenty of built in fn+key controls.
Anti-ghosting 104key rollover.
Beautiful typing feel, accuracy and crisp clacking sound, better than metal switch mechanical boards!
Software that allows you to customize the keyboard lighting and keys.
Liquid / spill drain system
Strong, sturdy construction
Cons: Not many, the one I noticed while using a preset lighting mode (the rainbow that moves horizontally) is that the light will stop moving while you type but that really is a non-issue (real typists look at the screen while typing anyhow). It doesn't do that for another brand of board with a Kxx for the model but those boards are overpriced, the lighting isn't as good looking and the effect lags anyways. I haven't played around with the software to customize the lighting for the B820 so I am unsure how it compares to CUE but the keyboard itself preforms admirably well.
Cable might make it harder to use in some situations (like when your computer is far away!) but now I'm just nitpicking.
No integrated USB port, but that's nothing a USB hub can't fix.
Music player Macro keys are integrated into the FN+F1-F12 keys and the keys are unlabeled so you must refer to the included manual until you get use to what is what. (Like Mute is FN+F1, etc)
Pictures don't do it justice, get it and see for yourself!
The RGB software is clunky and has a relatively steep learning curve when creating your own animations, but it works. I would like some more customization. For example, I love the mode that changes the key color when you press it. But, I want to change the base color and the color that the keys change to when pressed. The leds themselves don't seem to have a full range of colors (not as good as the Razer Chroma products, for example). There is a noticeable jump between each shade. You're not going to get 10+ shades of red. you're going to get maybe 3 shades and the 7 other shades are going to look identical to one of the 3 shades.
They keycaps are fine if you like the font style, but it was too aggressive for my tastes. The stems of the switches seem to rattle in their housing, like if I take a keycap off I can wiggle the switch stem itself and hear a hollow plastic sound, but this obviously doesn't affect normal typing and is impossible to notice unless you're looking for it. The one things that I'm disappointed in is that the spacebar has a weird spacing of the outer two stems and makes it hard (maybe impossible?) to replace with normal keycap sets.
Overall, would I buy this again? I I just wanted to be able to change colors to match my build, yeah, this is a great keyboard. If I wanted RGB madness with everything on rainbow, maybe fine something else. Is it worth $100 for what it is? Absolutely
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