Bloody B820R Light Strike Keyboard Review 23

Bloody B820R Light Strike Keyboard Review

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Ah, how time flies! My very first review for TechPowerUp was late last year with a look at the Bloody B840 keyboard with their Light Strike optical LK2 switches. One of the cons I had was the limited backlighting control and poorly designed software for what is otherwise a well-priced keyboard. Bloody got back to me a few weeks ago with their new B820R keyboard that has "RGB Animation" in its tagline, and so here we are to take a look at another of their keyboards now.

The B820R is a full-size, modified ANSI layout (at least in the case of my sample) keyboard with an entirely black color scheme - a slight departure from their golden-framed keyboards from before. The minimalist design is a likely attempt in Bloody's expansion to the North American market wherein people tend to prefer such aesthetics over more aggressive designs, and the RGB backlighting is a must these days to carve out some attention in the heavily crowded gaming keyboard market. Thanks again to Bloody Gaming and A4Tech for providing a review sample for us, and let us begin with a look at the specifications below.


Bloody B820R-Light Strike Keyboard
Layout:104 key modified ANSI layout
Material:ABS plastic case and keycaps, aluminum top frame
Macro Support:Yes
Weight:0.9 kg / 1.98 lbs.
Wrist Rest:No
Anti-ghosting:Full N-Key rollover via USB
Media Keys:Available as a secondary function
Dimensions:132 (L) x 444 (W) x 37 (H) mm
Cable Length:1.8 M (6')
Switch Type:Bloody LK2 Blue or Red optical switches
Backlighting:Yes, RGB
Warranty:One year
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