Thursday, April 21st 2016

Tesoro Announces the Gram Spectrum RGB Keyboard

Tesoro Technology, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-tech gaming peripherals, today has announced the launch of the GRAM Spectrum mechanical keyboard. Engineered to equip gamers with an elite weapon in gameplay, the Gram Spectrum utilizes cutting-edge Tesoro AGILE mechanical switches. The low-profile switches offer short travel distance yet retain the tactile feel of mechanical keyboards delivering an unmatched user experience with optimized keystrokes, fast response and accurate actuation.

Available in both black and white models, the GRAM Spectrum sports full RGB functionality with 16.8 million color options along with nine lighting effects including breathing, color wave, and customized lighting. With a sleek, minimalist design, double-injection keycaps, and built on sturdy metal construction the GRAM Spectrum offers fluidity in user movements, pinpoint accuracy, and ensures long-lasting durability.
"The ultra-accurate, low-profile Tesoro AGILE switches bring something truly unique to market, a low-profile mechanical keyboard that does not surrender the tactile feel," said Johan Borggren, VP of Sales at Tesoro Technology. "The GRAM Spectrum is jam-packed with features and rich in customizable functions making it a premier choice for dedicated gamers."

A 32bit ARM processor and 512 KB on board memory means users can save and playback extreme macros without worry of lagging. The GRAM Spectrum offers all keys fully programmable, 1000 Hz ultra-polling rate, Full N-key / G-key rollover options and instant macro recording.

GRAM Spectrum Specifications
  • TESORO AGILE Mechanical Switch - Low-profile switch with 3.5 mm travel distance.
  • 16.8 Million Customizable Lighting - Brilliant RGB lighting.
  • Double Injection Keys - Hiqh-quality, long lasting keycaps.
  • 32bit ARM Cortex Processor and 512 KB Onboard Memory - Advanced processing power for instantaneous macro execution.
  • All Keys Fully Programmable - Reassign any key or set up the most extreme macros for advanced gaming.
  • Detachable Braided USB Cable - Hassle-free travel and cable management.
Price and Availability
The GRAM Spectrum Black Model has an MSRP of $137.00 while the White Model has an MSRP of $139.00. The GRAM Spectrum will be available at the beginning of June 2016.
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4 Comments on Tesoro Announces the Gram Spectrum RGB Keyboard

#1
ZoneDymo
2 dollars more for the white model...random stuff
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AsRock
TPU addict
I like this one tbh, how ever i like to know if the keyboard uses fake switches under the spacebar \ enter key, other concerns would have to be is updating the firmware easy now as it's a pain in some of their older models and finally is it really fully programable as they said that about the one i have and the del key is not programmable.

Although the one i have is a real nice keyboard as firmware's are not updated often if at all but the other 2 things 1 is preference but i have killed the right shift keys due to this bar type.
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#3
tabascosauz
AsRock said:
I like this one tbh, how ever i like to know if the keyboard uses fake switches under the spacebar \ enter key, other concerns would have to be is updating the firmware easy now as it's a pain in some of their older models and finally is it really fully programable as they said that about the one i have and the del key is not programmable.

Although the one i have is a real nice keyboard as firmware's are not updated often if at all but the other 2 things 1 is preference but i have killed the right shift keys due to this bar type.
Are you referring to the stabilizers found under space, enter, shift and backspace? Cherry stabs have the MX-type mount. Costar-type stabs are rather rare in mass market keyboards and are sort of hard to incorporate due to the relative complexity in removing the keycaps, which a lot of beginners find a little bit of a hassle.

How did the right shift stab break? I'm under the impression that Cherry stabs are generally durable, if ineffective.
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AsRock
TPU addict
As i said it's personal preference, being a left handed gamer the right shift key is not always pressed centered there fore putting wear on the right side of the key which ends up really messed up and wobbles.

It's nothing about them being more of a hassle or any thing like that, even if you break those you can find the parts online for penny's anyways.
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