Mechanical switches have been around for decades. The Cherry MX switch was developed and marketed in the 1980’s, so it kind of makes you wonder why a technology that’s been around for so long has seen so little improvement in terms of gaming performance. Optical switches would sound like the new cutting edge technology, but the surprising fact is that they’ve been around since the 1960’s! However, the purpose was to make typewriters less noisy, as opposed to using light speed for gaming advantages. Turns out, optical switches in keyboards might be catching on. Bloody, who has a logo that matches it’s name really well, has personally designed their switches in-house to tailor a competitive gaming edge with the B975 Light Strike. Let’s see if it pays off.
Ongoing 30 years of innovation in creating performance PC Peripherals, We have spent over decade of researched and development to create the top of the line Gaming input device brand. Thus Bloody gaming was created, here at Bloody we aim to focus on development of the fastest and reliable high end gaming hardware for all gamers. The objective is not to only provide the high end constructed hardware, we also put innovative software to pair with Bloody hardware to provide the ultimate gaming experience for the casual gamers to competitive professional play.
Our inspiration of product designs come from a decade of collecting data and suggestions from gamers all over the world. Experience an intense as you synced yourself with Bloody gaming keyboards, mouse and headset. Game play has never felt so real.
Language barriers aside, time to see just how competitive the B975 Light Strike is.