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post #71 of 76
Another 700 series keyboard model from A4tech's adorably trashy Bloody brand.

B770R/B770 (R=RGB) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




meh. i'd rather wait for the linear types(possibly lk3?) before i replace my goofy af q700.
post #72 of 76
LK 1 is linear (Black), LK 2 series has a linear switch also (Red) along with clicky tactile (Blue). No idea why they made another 700 series board when LK 2 came out with the 800 series, this will just confuse people.
post #73 of 76
wait lk2's red version nev- ahhhhhhh this "LK#" thing is annoying.

The black switches were the linear copycat cherry stems. The blue switches are the tactile box type stems.

The yet to be released red switches are the linear box type stems with some changes to them. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
post #74 of 76
I got the Q700 shown up its from 2016-4 build date and uses older switches that look like cherry mx blacks exactly does this still have the fast LK technology that makes the B700 run at 0.2ms? is it the actual switch or the controller chip that does that and they are just slowly improving switches over time? keyboard feels really fast so I assume its the 0.2ms version. but I'm worried. also does any one know the lighting control method on the q700 or b700 I know how to turn them on and off and up and down but don't know how to change modes or colors.
post #75 of 76
Yes, the Q700 uses the "LIGHTENING KEYSTOKE TECHNOLOGY"(god bless you engrish). Led brightness is controlled by function keys. Not really much to it, it's a cheap no frills keyboard.
post #76 of 76
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wait lk2's red version nev- ahhhhhhh this "LK#" thing is annoying.

Well then. Red and Orange color variations now.

The B820R has had a red switch model variant(LK2) added.

LK3 is orange. Of course a useless and inane marketing "teaser" exists... https://v.qq.com/x/page/m0397bd1wfs.html
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