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What the community says about Bloody B845R Light Strike Left-Num RGB Gaming Keyboard
- "I'm glad that as a gamer, I still have choices for some good left-handed keyboards for gaming and this happens to be one of them. It has blue mechanical switches, RGB lighting, and even are writs rest, all for under $100. Recommended.""Being left handed and enjoying technology can be a bit of the a pain, but I have gotten use to it over the years. This keyboard is just phenomenal, It's incredibly comfortable. The LED lights really help with typing or playing in the dark, not to mention they look great when lit. The arm wrest is okay, I prefer to not have it out. It just didn't feel that comfortable on my wrists. Overall a great keyboard for people who are left handed.""I am left-handed, and never even heard of a left-handed keyboard. I can't really see much that's different from a conventional keyboard except the placement of the numpad on the left side. I'm not crazy about the design of this keyboard either. And I'm not a gamer either! So this product is probably not for me. "
- "My old keyboard was too big, so I decided I would try a new one that was a little smaller, and get an upgrade to a gaming keyboard as well. I tried this one out first and I was immediately impressed with the results. It's so much more comfortable to use, and it's improved my ability to game without having to take frequent breaks."
- "Finally a niche market for typists who are left handed! This great keyboard offers a one of a kind left hand 10key which is yet to be found on any other manufacturer. You do end up paying more for this feature as it is less common, however you get that fullsize number pad on the left side which can be a game changer for left handed typists. Combine that with RGB and cherry-style blue keys, and you have a winning combination!"
- "You can hardly tell if the Optic Blue Switch is faster, too loud I even tested without my O rings mod. They sent the wrong extra keys I got 8 but I'm missing A&W switched with extra R&F. The keyboard is bigger which is nice but because of that, it's kind of odd to use the key puller tool. I give it one point for it's clean look and metallic plate. Overall I suggest you stick to traditional mechanical keyboards. Unless they have a quieter one with multimedia buttons & a dedicated led button so the keyboard doesn't pulse wend I don't type for few mins."