Tesoro Tizona G2N-p Elite Mechanical Gaming Numpad
With the Tizona G2M-P Elite Numpad fresh out of its packaging, we see it is set up for the right hand side of the keyboard currently, and offers users 18 more keys to use if needed.
Flipping it over, we find two flip out feet at the top edge that lock in two stages, and there is an option to run the USB connection under the feet and out either side. At the front edge, the Numpad uses a single, wide rubber pad for grip.
We flipped both feet out to both degrees where they will lock into place. Fully extended like the one on the left, it matches the keyboard height. Since this is also a standalone unit, the feet can be set as it is on the right, and have an even higher angle to use it with.
Here we see that the frame is built to hold onto the USB connection as the wire runs through the trail behind it, and helps the alignment with the keyboard. We also see the sides of this Numpad are magnetized to lock onto the sides of the TKL.
To allow this to also be a standalone unit that does not have to be attached to the keyboard all the time, there is a braided extension cable provided, so you can place this anywhere within three feet of the keyboard.
We chose not to open the Numpad up, as there really isn't much to see inside. However, we were sure to pull a couple of the key caps and verify that we do indeed have one with the Kailh brown switches that the packaging indicated.
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