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    Default Corsair vs Tesoro

    Corsair says they are the first to make "Cherry MX RGB" Mechanical keyboard:


    But Tesoro also claims to have the first "Full Color Illumination" Mechanical Keyboard:


    what do you think about both of these keyboards? both to have 16 million color options.
    Last edited by TeeBlack; 12-01-2014 at 00:54.
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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    Corsair says they are the first to make "Cherry MX RGB" Mechanical keyboard:


    But Tesoro also claims to have the first "Full Color Illumination" Mechanical Keyboard:


    what do you think about both of these keyboards? both to have 16 million color options.
    All I can comment on is looks not having used either one but I have to go with the Tesoro its laied out better then the Corsair
    and has a classier look to it

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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    The Tesoro is suppose be released in europe this month. not sure about here though.
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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    I like the tesoro a lot better than the corsair. It looks like it was made better. But the Corsair looks to have a little more customization. Both very good keyboards to be sure

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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    I can speak to the quality built into the Corair Keyboards.

    I have the Vengeance K90 Mechanical KB (I won it here on this site) and it's bad-ass.

    It's built like a tank and easy to type on too.

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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    I like the corsair design better, but i hope that rainbow effect is only to show the variety of colors.

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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    I like the corsair design better, but i hope that rainbow effect is only to show the variety of colors.
    every key on both keyboards can have their own color.
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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    every key on both keyboards can have their own color.
    My Corsair only does Blue. (in three brightness levels) I'd like to be able to go to a red color at will.

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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    My Corsair only does Blue. (in three brightness levels) I'd like to be able to go to a red color at will.
    you're gonna have to upgrade
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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    My Gigabyte Aivia gaming keyboard will only do blue on the keys but the Aivia logo will change to blue green,red,purple, and aquamarine when I push on it

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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    cant wait to get one of these keyboards but i assume Corsair's keyboard will be more expensive.
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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    Corsair says they are the first to make "Cherry MX RGB" Mechanical keyboard:


    But Tesoro also claims to have the first "Full Color Illumination" Mechanical Keyboard:


    what do you think about both of these keyboards? both to have 16 million color options.


    I have a tesero KB, If I had a choice between these two I would go with the Tesero again. Dont like the compact rectangle KBs. They lay out of the Tesero is more to my likings.
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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    Tesoro, like it more.
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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    The Tesoro does look better
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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    I definitely prefer the minimalist styling on the Corsair keyboard better. For me, the Tesoro's frame is just too bulky, though I'm sure it's every bit as capable a keyboard.

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    Default Re: Corsair vs Tesoro

    ok so what i found out is Corsair has exclusive rights to RGB Cherry MX switches so no other company can use them. Meanwhile Tesoro went a different route and used Kailh key switches which are suppose to be just as good but a slightly stiffer. that's probably also why the price is not too expensive. $139.99
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