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Tesoro Impresses With Huge Range of Peripherals at Computex

Tesoro already have a great range of gaming hardware at their disposal, but their latest ranges for 2016 and beyond are even greater! First up, we have the Olivant (above), which comes equipped with a noise-cancelling detachable microphone, a lightweight design, leather wrapped memory foam ear pads and a USB powered virtual 7.1 sound card, making a robust all-rounder for gaming, movies, music and more. The design is pretty slick too, with soft padding and a stylish black design with auto-adjusting headband. Even better, it’s compatible with PC, smartphones, tablets, Xbox One and PS4.

The popular Kuven has been given a hell of an upgrade too. The Kuven Pro features true 5.1 with Virtual 7.1, independent channel customisation for voice, front, rear, center and sub, and a unidirectional microphone. The real surround sound is going to be a big advantage for movies and gaming, and it comes backed up by incredible build quality, LED lighting, aluminium back plates and more.

The Tizona has been upgrade to their Spectrum range, giving it full RGB per-key LED lighting, complimenting its modular number pad design, fully mechanical keys, dual USB passthrough, detachable cable and more.

The Gram Spectrum is one of their latest designs, coming in both black and white, of which we think the white is by far the best. It comes equipped with a full mechanical layout, a sleek low-profile design, 32Bit ARM Cortex CPU and 512KB of onboard memory, full RGB lighting, programmable keys, N-Key and 6-Key rollover, and a detachable cable. Seriously, you couldn’t ask for much more in terms of features in a gaming keyboard.

Even more interesting, it comes kitted with Tesoro’s own Agile Mechanical switch, and these are something we’ll be taking a much closer look at in the coming weeks.

Did we mention it is also fully water proof?

Their new Colada has been given the Spectrum update too, giving it full RGB lighting, Cherry MX Switches, ARM Cortex CPU, aluminium housing, N-Key, multimedia controls and much more.


The Shurur and Ascalon gaming mice are pretty special too, with a high-quality finish, RGB lighting, programmable buttons, as well as Omron switches.


They wouldn’t be a gaming brand if they didn’t have gaming chairs, we may or may not have spend half an hour laying waaaaay back in these for our meeting, very cosy, very well made.

2016/2017 is going to be a great time for Tesoro, with hardware this good, their competition better watch out!

Peter Donnell

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