Thursday, February 6th 2014

Tesoro Rolls Out Lobera G5NL and Lobera G5NFL Supreme Worldwide

Tesoro announced global availability of its Lobera G5NL and Lobera Supreme G5NFL gaming keyboards. Purported to be the first mechanical gaming keyboards to feature full-illumination and multiple LED color zones, the two offer mechanical switches with operational life time of up to 50 million keystrokes (10 million for the Lobera G5NL), a total of 300 macro keys that can make up to 2,000 macro combinations, including three macro keys conveniently located near the thumbs. The Lobera G5NL is expected to be priced at 65€ (incl. VAT), and the Lobera Supreme G5NFL at 119€ (incl. VAT).
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10 Comments on Tesoro Rolls Out Lobera G5NL and Lobera G5NFL Supreme Worldwide

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
So its like the ducky shine keyboards but made out of brushed metal instead of plastic?

Pretty cool stuff. I wish that ducky would make a keyboard out of metal, Maybe make it like a special edition keyboard or something (though since their keyboards are already kind of pricey I can only cringe at thinking about how much its going to cost...)
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#2
MakeDeluxe
So what are the big differences between the two? (Except for the price of course)
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#3
1Kurgan1
The Knife in your Back
It's interesting to see more keyboards that look like the Roccats in shape and have the same thumb hotkey placement.
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#4
Marty 1480
MakeDeluxe said:
So what are the big differences between the two? (Except for the price of course)
The Lobera G5NL has keys that are good for 10 million Keystrokes while the Supreme has the beefier keys that lasts 50 million keystrokes. So apparently the supreme is supposed be more durable.
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#5
MakeDeluxe
^ So there's actually no reason (at least for me) to buy the more expensive one.
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#6
Marty 1480
MakeDeluxe said:
^ So there's actually no reason (at least for me) to buy the more expensive one.
Maybe not; I depends on how much and for long you are planning to use it.
I guess that is why they make the two versions.
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#7
antodelg
Marty 1480 said:
The Lobera G5NL has keys that are good for 10 million Keystrokes while the Supreme has the beefier keys that lasts 50 million keystrokes. So apparently the supreme is supposed be more durable.
Tesoro Lobera G5NL doesn´t have mechanical switches... only the Lobera Supreme

"Mechanical A-Like keycap" vs "Mechanical keycap "
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#8
MakeDeluxe
Looking at the Tesoro website I see that the Lobera (not the Supreme) is the "World most advanced membrane keyboard". So yeah, there goes my interest :/
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Marty 1480
MakeDeluxe said:
Looking at the Tesoro website I see that the Lobera (not the Supreme) is the "World most advanced membrane keyboard". So yeah, there goes my interest :/
Smart research. Mine is gone as well, as it is a bit overpriced for an unknown branded membrane keyboard.
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#10
GreiverBlade
MakeDeluxe said:
Looking at the Tesoro website I see that the Lobera (not the Supreme) is the "World most advanced membrane keyboard". So yeah, there goes my interest :/
judging by the other comment ... im not the only one to see a Roccat plagia xD

and 65€ a membrane keyboard ... no thanks ... my Aivia K8100V2 is only 45€... it is also a membrane but with multi pressure level zone with a multimedia touch zone and 5 macro button with 5 macro preset storable in the memory ...

tho they look kinda nice (only look ....)
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