Tuesday, September 17th 2013

Tesoro Unveils Colada Saint G3NL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Tesoro's newest creation named after historical weaponry is the Colada Saint G3NL, an aluminium-clad mechanical gaming keyboard. Armed with 103 physical keys, with macro-tied multimedia/shortcut keys, Colada Saint G3NL features a silvery-gray brushed aluminium front panel. Its keys are made of matte plastic. Under the hood, the keyboard features Cherry MX Red mechanical switches, with 45 g actuation force, 2 mm key stroke, and 4 mm key travel. The keys are white LED lit, with 6 levels of backlight brightness, and theater dimming. The electronics manage full N-key rollover, even with a USB connection.

The keyboard includes a 2-port USB 2.0/1.1 hub, and relays your 3.5 mm headset jacks over from your PC. Apart from the USB connection, an optional DC-in jack is provided, if you decide to plug in power-hungry devices to the USB hub (such as external hard drives). Measuring 44.4x20.6x4.4 cm, the Colada Saint G3NL weighs about 1.56 kg (~3.12 lbs). Apart from Cherry MX Red, the keyboard is available other Cherry MX variants, depending on which, it can be priced anywhere between 169€ and 172€.
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6 Comments on Tesoro Unveils Colada Saint G3NL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

#1
1Kurgan1
The Knife in your Back
Would, I want it. Has thumb hotkeys just like my Roccat Isku, looks a lot like it too, but mechanical, though extremely expensive.
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#2
BiggieShady
Love brushed aluminium, hate everything else especially purple/pink detail
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#3
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Sort of ugly to me.
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#5
Jorge
I don't think they'll be retiring from the profits on sales of this keyboard...
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1Kurgan1
The Knife in your Back
by: BiggieShady
Love brushed aluminium, hate everything else especially purple/pink detail
Agreed, they used the wrong highlighting colors for the keyboard.
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