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Tesoro Gram Spectrum Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review



/ 8 months ago

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A Closer Look


In the box, you’ll find a simple user guide, as well as a detachable mini-USB to USB braided cable, which also features gold-plated connectors.

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Straight away we can see that the keyboard really does have a sleek, flat and very low-profile design. It may look fairly lightweight too, but it’s really not, as it features a cast metal top plate for the switch mounts and top external panel, giving it a fairly hefty weight; although no more or less than most other mechanical keyboards.

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This heavy-duty design is a good thing, as with such a thin design, you wouldn’t want the keyboard to flex or bend when you’re using it, and with such a well-reinforced design, there’s no chance of that happening with the Gram.

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The slick key caps are very nicely designed, with a clear laser-cut font that’s sure to look great with the RGB lighting powered on. They’re also coated, giving them a soft but very smooth feel that makes them quite enjoyable to keep under your fingertips.

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On the F-keys, you’ll find a range of secondary features that can be accessed using the Fn-Shift key. F1-F5 feature quick profile selectors; handy for storing all your layouts and macros.

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Windows lock, as well as volume controls here.

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As well as basic multimedia controls here. These are great for controlling your music while you’re mid-game, as it saves you from having to tab out; no one ever wants to have to tab out.

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Switch between G/PC mode to lock the Windows key, so that a wrong keystroke doesn’t leave you looking at your Windows desktop when you really should have been defusing a bomb in CS:GO. There’s also the controls for 6/N-Key rollover here, and a quick record button for macros, which are great when you need to quickly set up an awkward command; like farming low-level enemies in an MMO to grind those XP.

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A full-size number pad, as well as a clear look at that lovely slim bezel around the edge of the keyboard.

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Around the back, just as simple USB connector. I do like that this isn’t a proprietary jack, as it means you could easily use your own after-market cable if you lost or damaged the original.

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A flat base, with firm rubber grips on each corner.

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As well as two extra-wide and durable kickstands with their own rubber grips.

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Finally, we can see those lovely Kailh switches, which feature clear housing to allow for more vibrant LED lighting, which we’ll see in action soon enough.

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  • PlacidDream .

    no dedicated media keys.. no thank you.