Tesoro Excalibur Continued
With the feet extended in the back of the Excalibur, we find the angle of the key caps is much more user friendly, as they now tilt a bit forward.
As we move around to the back edge of the keyboard, you can see the rubber USB 2.0 cable leaving the keyboard to the right. Slightly to the left, we find covers in what could have easily been a USB and audio pass through.
For those that tend to move the keyboard around a lot, the entire 1.55 meter length of the cable has a rubber sleeve to prevent the cable from grabbing onto anything. The connection is USB 2.0 in speed, and offers no fancy logo on the cover, or any gold plating on the actual connection.
Under the Excalibur, we find thin rubber strips at the front and back corners, and a large indented section in the middle with the sticker applied in the center.
The flip up feet are solid and rubberized on the ends to ensure that the Excalibur will not slide around with these feet in use.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging and Documentation]
- Page 3 [Tesoro Excalibur Illuminated Mechanical Keyboard]
- Page 4 [Tesoro Excalibur Continued]
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