Lobera Supreme Continued
As we always do, we raised the feet under the keyboard to look at the more ergonomic angle it provides. The keys are no longer sloping away from us, and are leaning forward for an easier view, as well as more comfortable prolonged use.
As fair warning to anyone planning to charge a cell phone or a battery backup for it, think again. The sticker plainly warns that an over draw can potentially cause damage to this device.
After removing the sticker, we find a pair of USB 2.0 ports, the DC-in jack for that provided cable, as well as a set of 3.5mm audio pass through jacks.
The length given of the cable is confusing. It states 1.55 meters, and that is true if you only measure the main section. There is another foot or so of cable once it breaks down into the USB 2.0 connection with the secondary connection tailed into it, and the pair of 3.5mm jacks for the audio –all of which are gold plated.
Under the Lobera Supreme, we see that even this side gets the brushed metal appearance, and the sticker with the serial number is placed right in the middle. At the front edge, we find boomerang shaped feet, and at the back, just inside the adjustable feet, are two straight feet to give the back its grip.
As for those adjustable feet, they have two heights to choose from. The smaller feet are a half inch in height, but are solid plastic. The large outer foot is just over an inch in height, and offers a rubber cap on it to ensure the grip is replaced to the back of the keyboard.
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- Page 2 [Packaging, Accessories and Documentation]
- Page 3 [Tesoro Lobera Supreme Mechanical Keyboard]
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