LAS VEGAS, NV -- Tesoro will readily admit that 2017 was a quiet year for the small peripherals company. The personnel reshifted and refocused during that time, carefully and fully revamping its products and approach to the market. We got a semi-exclusive look at what the company will be rolling out early in 2018: low-profile switch mechanical keyboards. However, neither of the two new keyboard models we got hands-on time with sport the low-profile Kaihua switches we’ve been dissecting. Instead, one offers the new (TTC-made) Tesoro Slim Switch, and the other has Tesoro’s own (Kaihua-made) Agile low-profile switch. Both are supported by the company’s new Tesoro 360 configuration software. Tesoro Gram XS The first new piece of Tesoro kit is the Gram XS, which was designed...
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