A4tech Bloody B875N Light Strike Gaming Keyboard

Innovative LK optical switch technology uses optical detection that removes all input lag which is able to obtain zero digital latency reacting with a speed of 0.2ms key response.
  • 0.2ms Key Response
  • Zero-Lag Response
  • Neon Glare System
  • Ultra Durable, 100 Million Lifetime
Product Code: 19
Brand: A4tech Bloody
Warranty: 6 Months Service Warranty
Availability: In Stock
Price Updated On: 24 Feb, 2020
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0.2ms Key Response
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.

25% Faster Keystroke
LK Optic Switch travel with distance of 3mm, which is 25% faster than traditional metal switch. (Traditional metal switch travel at distance of 4mm)

Zero-Lag Response
LK Optic Switch reacts at lightning speed without lag. (Traditional Metal Switch delays 18~30ms due to metal bouncing)



"Long-Lasting" Typing Sound
LK Sound Creator Technology developed for “long-lasting” typing sound, while regular switch uses metal friction to generate typing sound and tends to fade away after a several months.

Ultra Durable, 100 Million Lifetime
LK Optic switch has a life span of over 100 million key strokes. (Traditional metal switch tends to oxidize and wear out easily)

DUAL PROGRAMMABLE KEYS
M1 and M2 Smart Quick-Access keys designed to provide the convenience to easily obtain a quick-access to frequently used keys. The M1 and M2 Quick-Access keys are preset as Ctrl/Alt function keys.



Neon Glare System
Dazzling backlit makes you stand out in the dark.

Spill-Resistant Nano-Coating
Exclusive advanced Nano-coating over the PCB board, protect the PCB from corroding by wet air or caustic chemicals, prolonging your keyboard lifetime.

Full N-Key Rollover
Full NKRO ensures each keypress can simultaneously register regardless of how many keys are being pressed or held down at a time including modifier keys (Shift, Control and ALT).

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