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Tesoro Excalibur SE Spectrum Mechanical Keyboard Review

By: Chad Sebring | Keyboards in Peripherals | Posted: Apr 11, 2017 12:40 am
TweakTown Rating: 96%Manufacturer: Tesoro

Excalibur SE Spectrum RGB Continued

 

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At the top right corner of the keyboard, we see the Tesoro name, but no logo this time, to be lit in the same color the keyboard is displaying. As for the Windows key lock or Gaming mode, the number lock and the Caps lock icons; they will always glow blue when active.

 

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Using the Function and W key, you can make these arrows the WASD keys if desired for left-hand users. Beyond that, holding the Function key and using the left and right arrows allows the ability to cycle forward or back through the various lighting profiles. The up and down arrows when holding the Function key will adjust the brightness in four levels of intensity, including turning them off.

 

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The right edge of the Excalibur SE Spectrum RGB is identical to what we saw on the left just that this time we have extended the feet under the keyboard. The angle of usage has increased, and at this time, only the front row of keys are near level, with all other rows leaning at the user.

 

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The cable is 1.8 meters in length, and is rubberized on its exterior rather than having a braided sleeve applied to it. The grip on the USB 2.0 connector is basic in design, but one side does say Tesoro on it.

 

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The bottom of the keyboard has a raised section around the perimeter with the center of it sitting a bit lower. There is a product sticker right in the center of it, and there is a quality control sticker next to it. To support the keyboard, at this time it is using four thin rubber pads when the feet are not extended.

 

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If you desire the back of the keyboard to sit higher than it normally does, there is a pair of tiny feet at the back like this one. They are rubberized at the ends, but they do not feel sturdy, and the lock is easily collapsed.

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