Tesoro Excalibur V2 Review

Published by Luca Rocchi on 30.03.16
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General + -
Our global verdict about this keyboard is generally positive as Tesoro managed to create a solid product. We like the fact that this keyboard is heavy, features simple, standard design and therefore also a standard layout. Apart from that there is a blue backlight, which is clear and precise and definitely bright enough.   - Weight
- Lightning effects
Manufacturing quality / Ergonomics   + -
The Tesoro Excalibur V2 gaming keyboard is comfortable to use. All the keys are well placed and easy to reach so you will not find yourself pressing the wrong key by accident. There are programmable F-buttons, through which you can access makros by pressing FN and the corresponding F-key. In addition there are also multimedia functions already programmed. Regarding the Kailh Blue switches we can say, they're precise and linear while providing good tactile feedback. Also the blue backlight is very good and it offers few different lightning effects.   - Build quality
- Backlight
- Switches

Software   + -
It's approximately three years since our last review on Tesoro's product and unfortunately there are no news the software front. The software is one of the only downsides of this product, since the graphic user interface is simply not up-to-date in terms of layout and design. We would like to see a clear structure where it's a simple as possible to find all the different settings.     - Not always easy to use
Recommendation / Price   + -
The starting price of the Excalibur V2 on Geizhals is 109 euro excluding shipping costs. In terms of value, the keyboard is certainly a good product with attractive features and mechanical switches hovewer we believe that the price is a bit steep.   - Price is a bit steep
We gave the Excalibur V2 from Tesoro 4 out of 5 stars.

Page 1 - Introduction
Page 2 - Photo Gallery / Delivery
Page 3 - Features
Page 4 - Closer Look
Page 5 - Software
Page 6 - Conclusion

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