For the past few years the only thing that membrane keyboards still had over mechanical keyboards has been the ability to run full RGB backlighting. Well this is no longer a problem, nearly everyone has their own RGB mechanical keyboards in the works or coming out now. A great example of this is the new Tesoro Lobera Supreme. Tesoro has had a few variations on their Lobera but up until now they all just had a single backlight color. Today I’m going to see if going full RGB is worth it. Additionally this will be the first time I have had the chance to check out a Tesoro keyboard, we can see how they compare to the competition.

Product Name: Tesoro Lobera Supreme

Review Sample Provided by: Tesoro

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes



Switch type


Switch Colors available

Brown, Red, Blue, Black

Actuation force


Key shape



Laser etched

Cable length

1.55m (braided & shielded)


44.4x20.6x4.4 cm / 17.5x8.1x1.7 in


1.17 Kg

System Requirements

Windows® XP / Vista / 7 / 8

Available USB port


1 Year defect warranty

Package Contains

Tesoro Colada G3NL mechanical gaming keyboard

Quick installation guide


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garfi3ld replied the topic: #35806 31 Oct 2014 22:48
Today I take a look at our first RGB Mechanical keyboard, we have more sitting here so expect more reviews soon. The Lobera though looks like it will offer the cheapest entry into a mech RGB.
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elguapo replied the topic: #35807 01 Nov 2014 18:27
I thought the polished aluminum looked fantastic until I saw the wrist guard and logo, I really think they missed an opportunity for some slick looking laser etching there.

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