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Tesoro Tizona G2N Elite Keyboard

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Posted August 29, 2014 by Jake in Peripherals

Overview

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Price at time of Review: $110 for combo
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Sleek and uncomplicated design; Unique detachable and movable numpad; Sturdy construction; Choice of four varieties of mechanical switches.
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

No advanced frills such as illumination or software; Limited customization for macros; No audio ports; No wrist rest; Satisfactory value.
 
BOTTOM LINE:
A reliable, basic mechanical keyboard with the unique feature of a detachable and movable keypad.
by Jake
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Specifications and Package

Below are the features of the Tesoro Tizona G2N Elite:

1. Gaming-Grade Mechanical Key Switch.
2. Switchable 6-NKey Full-NKey rollover function
3. 87 Keys compact Slim and stylish design
4. Extra High Speed 2.0 USB HUB*2
5. Instant Internet hot key:
A. Under PC Mode

  • H1: Internet Browser
  • H2: Media Player
  • H3: Outlook

B.Under Game Mode:

  • H1: Num”/”
  • H2: Num”*”
  • H3: Num”-“

6. Detachable 1.8m braided cable.
7. Anti-slip rubber feet.
8. DC-IN Jack for optional additional power. (+/-)
9. 1000Hz Ultra-polling rate.
10. Embedded multimedia keys.
11. Equipped with Magnets for Optional Numerical Keypads. Anti-slip rubber feet.

• Switch type: Gaming-Grade mechanical switch
• Switch mount:Silver plated backed
• Actuation force: 45g
• Key shape: Cylindrical
• Responsiveness: 2mm (4mm to bottom)
• Cable length: 1.55m (braided & shielded)
• Laser etched keycaps
• Audio & USB 2.0 Hub
• Media function buttons

The Tesoro Tizona G2N Elite comes packaged in a rather brash black and purple box. The front has some basic information with an image of the board itself, and the “1337” tag, which is apparently a euphemism for “gaming consumer”.

Inside the box is a rather minimal accessory package: some very basic documentation and very long, durable braided cables provided. That’s about it, no wrist rest to speak of.

Let’s take a closer look at the keyboard itself.

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