Hard-core gamers are a very particular breed that wants the best when playing a game. The lowest input lag on monitors, reducing the latency of the mouse, feeling the tactile response from a high quality keyboard.
Unfortunately, your budget may not allow spending $170 on a high quality mechanical keyboard, but maybe $90 is more in line with your bankroll. It's to that end that relative newcomer Tesoro is trying to win gamers over with their line of gaming devices that range from keyboards to mice to headphones. Today, I'll examine the Tesoro Excalibur, and help shed some light on whether it's worth your money if you're in the market for a mechanical keyboard.
I want to preface the review by saying that I love mechanical keyboards. In fact, I have yet to find a keyboard that I like more than the old IBM Model M. To this day, it's still my go-to keyboard as the build quality, the clicking feedback of the keys, and the slope of the keyboard make for a near-perfect input device.