PAX AU 2014 - After falling in love with the Kuven Devil A1 headset, I had to stop by and say hello to the good people at Tesoro while I was at PAX Australia 2014 to check out the rest of their gear.
They had quite a spacious place on the show floor, showing off their range of gaming peripherals, ranging from gaming keyboards, to mice and headsets. We took a walk around the place checking it all out in the video above, while we have individual pictures available below.
Here we have the Durandal Ultimate keyboard, with 'G mode' or 5 instant profile keys, full Cherry MX Key Switches, 128KB of on-board memory, and a detachable comfortable palm rest.
Next up we have the Excalibur RGB Edition, which looked beautiful in person. We have full color illumination, switchable 6-key/n-key rollover, 5 profile switch keys, and more.
Here we have the Lobera Supreme, which features a one-touch/game mode instant record button.
Here we have the Excalibur Spectrum, which is different to the Excalibur RGB Edition. We have per-key RGB illumination, customizable lighting effects for "trigger, ripple, firework, radiation, breathing" and more.
The Tizona is Tesoro's most "plain" gaming keyboard.
Moving onto headsets, we have the Kuven Pro 5.1, which is a true 5.1/virtual 7.1 surround sound gaming headset - something we should have up for review very soon.
This is the original Kuven A1 I reviewed, with a closer look it at PAX AU.
Tesoro continues its hard-to-pronounce gaming products with the beautifully styled Gungnil gaming mouse.
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