Just about two years ago Tesoro released their Gram Spectrum keyboard. This full-size keyboard offered a more low-profile design, but still gave you the quality of mechanical key switches. Since the success of that keyboard Tesoro is now offering a TKL or tenkeyless version of the iconic keyboard. This keyboard is 80% the size of the full keyboard, has the same low-profile keycaps as well as mechanical key switches. For all of those who are fans of tenkeyless keyboards this could be the perfect thing for you. Read on to see what we thought about it.
Special thanks to Tesoro for providing us with the Gram Spectrum TKL Keyboard to review.
– Compact Tenkeyless Body
– Tesoro’s Agile Slim Switch
– Optimized Low-profile Design
– 50 Million Reliable Keystrokes
– 32bit ARM Cortex Processor
– 1000 Hz Ultra Polling Rate
– 512KB Onboard Memory
– All Keys Fully Programmable
– Instant Macro Recording
– Versatile Lighting Effects
– Detachable Braided USB Cable
– Compatible with Win 7, 8, 10
The Gram Spectrum TKL comes in a Tesoro’s typical retail packaging, which has not changed all that much over the past few years. On the front we have a photo of the keyboard and some of the features are listed.
Flipping over to the back we have another photo of the keyboard and many of the secondary functions of the keyboard are listed.
Opening the box up and getting everything out we have the Gram Spectrum TKL keyboard, a USB cable, and a quick start guide.