Once connected and the PC powered up, subtlety jumps in and you'll notice how slim this keyboard actually is. No flashing bright LEDs just yet, just ambient pink LEDs. There is a bit of a problem with the RGB LEDs as when we select WHITE, the keys will remain pink'ish quite a bit. We'll show you that later on. Hidden under the arrow keys there are extra functions for the back-lit keys, which can be adjusted in brightness modes and off.
There's not much going on at the backside. They keyboard has a firm grip due to the combo of reasonable weight and rubber feet. You can use standoffs as well to allow a little more height and create an angled position as shown in the photo above.
The Gram Spectrum uses a dark and very nicely braided cable that is roughly 1.8 meters in length. It is a bit thick, something I personally dislike a little but okay otherwise. There are no extra connectors for things like additional USB, or an MIC/headphones connector. So the GRAM Spectrum remains in its essence, a keyboard (albeit a very good one).
Tesoro GRAM Spectrum Keyboard Review We review the Tesoro GRAM Spectrum Mechanical keyboard with RGB LED backlit keys. The Tesoro GRAM Spectrum is a Mechanical keyboard (designed in-house) and has been fitted with Tesoro Agile Switche...