Tesoro Lobera Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

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Nikktech tried the Tesoro Lobera Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

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Although i may have assembled countless PCs in the years i was working as a PC technician (i still do just not as much since I only do it for myself and friends) one thing still continues to puzzle me and that's the reason behind the why people always place the keyboard and mouse last when they decide their new system configuration. Granted these are peripherals that people can swap at will whenever they feel like doing so but at the same time these are two devices that pretty much do the same as the wheel and gear changer inside a car so it's always good to spend money on them if you can (even though your real life doesn't depend on them). Mechanical keyboards are still in their infancy compared to the "classic" membrane ones but they have won the hearts of both gamers and professionals all around the world due to their superior durability, tactile and audio feedback and today we're going to be testing the Lobera Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard by our friends over at Tesoro.

Established in 2011, Tesoro Technology USA Inc. is a team of multinational gaming enthusiasts with over 30 years industry experience with one objective ? make ultra-durable products that give the best gaming experience. To achieve this, Tesoro conceptualizes products from the input and feedback from the gaming community, and then builds them using the highest grade components. As a gamers company, Tesoro continues to expand into new horizons and push the limit further with each product unveiling. To learn more visit Tesoro's website: http://www.tesorotec.com.

A while back we reviewed the very good Lobera Supreme RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard by Tesoro (in case you're wondering Lobera means wolf slayer) so some of you may wonder as to why Tesoro released yet another Lobera RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard and the answer is rather simple. You see the first RGB keyboard to bear the name Lobera (the Supreme) did have RGB illumination for the keys but it lacked individual key illumination something which left some gamers wanting for more especially since that feature was available from other manufacturers. Luckily it didn't take Tesoro but just a few months to release this new model which not only features individual full RGB key illumination which can be used with various different modes and levels but also Full N-Key Rollover, dual USB powered ports, 512kb of onboard memory for the 5 available profiles and gold plated mechanical switches by Kailh (available in black, brown, blue and red) rated for up to 60 million keystrokes.
 Tesoro Lobera Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review @ NikKTech