One Minute Review: Tesoro Gram Spectrum keyboard

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One Minute Review: Tesoro Gram Spectrum keyboard

A solid 'board let down by bad drivers.

T he Gram is built around both a new, Tesoro designed switch named the “Agile” as well as a proprietary keycap. The Agile switch is a short throw switch along the same lines as the Cherry Speed, but has more of a clicky, tactile feel that feels really good for typing. The keycaps on the Gram are low profile – about half the height of normal keycaps, and this makes the keyboard feel even more tactile.

It’s an excellent combination and makes for a great experience both when typing and in games.

The Gram Spectrum, as the name suggests, features RGB backlighting, but this is the one area in which the keyboard really falls a little flat. It’s not that the lighting is bad, it’s just the fact that the supposedly intuitive RGB drivers are anything but. 

Tesoro Gram Spectrum
4 5
Verdict
"It’s an excellent combination and makes for a great experience both when typing and in games."
Overall
$189 AUD
• Tesoro : tesorotec.com
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