DOOM & Battlefield 1
While driverless in operation, we took the B820R for a spin in our favorite games. Without to distract us from movement and basic commands or weapons switching, we noticed two things. Initially what we saw is that our movements did seem faster, and is a combination of the shorter throw of the switches along with the stupidly fast response time of the switches as well.
The second thing we noticed is that the Anti-ghosting and NKRO support is in effect, as never was a key press missed throughout any of our FPS gaming sessions. Once we installed the software, it only gets better, as the options and customizations come in, making the Light Strike RGB Animation Gaming Keyboard that much more enjoyable for gaming.
Windows and Productivity
With a few reviews and many hours of chatting with friends done on the B820R keyboard, we have grown to love it. The feel is superior to the Tesoro option, meaning that while both are very similar, side by side, the Bloody keyboard feels smoother in key travel, and all around, to us, is the better choice. We were also able to import our list of commands to simplify things like Photoshop and the like, which increases productivity.
All around, we are typing faster than on traditional mechanical switches, and this keyboard is so light, it can easily be toted with you on the go as well. We will be sad to have to shelve this unit to move onto other keyboards to review.
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