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Tesoro Lobera Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

By: Chad Sebring | Keyboards in Peripherals | Posted: Oct 3, 2015 5:51 pm
TweakTown Rating: 97%Manufacturer: Tesoro

Tesoro Lobera Spectrum Mechanical Keyboard

 

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The left edge of the Tesoro Lobera Spectrum comes almost to an edge as the bottom angles upward and the top edge downward until they meet at the LED light strip sandwiched in here. Also looking at the frame, we can see that the angle of attack to the keys leaves them leaning away from the user currently.

 

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The main section of the keyboard offers all the keys we would expect to see. The keyboard and caps are black, but looking at the caps, we can see a white painted steel plate inside. While the font is a bit different than most, it is still easy to discern.

 

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The F1 through F5 keys can offer double duty with the use of the Function button in conjunction with them. PF1 through PF5 stands for the five various profiles that can be used. All you need to do is hold the Function key and press one of these to flip through them once programmed in the software.

 

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The F6 through F12 keys also offer double functionality. Here we can see that there is a Windows lockout, mute, volume down, volume up, play/pause, previous track, and next track multimedia keys.

 

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On the right end of the board, we find all the usual suspects again, but a lot of the keys have double duty here too. The Insert and Delete allow switching from 6-key to NKRO, the 2, 4, 6, and 8 keys have arrows. And on the actual arrows, you can adjust the LED brightness with the left and right, and up and down change the lighting effects with the use of the Function key.

 

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Up by the Tesoro name, which is on black plastic, not purple this time, we find a Game lockout button to the left of the Caps, Number, and Scroll lock LEDs. And to the right is a Macro Record button for on-the-fly programming.

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