Tesoro packaged the Lobera in in a purple trimmed box with a large sword on the cover. Also on the front of the box is a window in the shape of their logo, giving a peak at the keyboard inside. There isn’t much for information across the front other than a note that this is a full color illumination mechanical keyboard. Around on the back Tesoro highlights a few key features of the keyboard with photos all around a large photo of the entire board. Along the bottom you have specifications listed in a wide variety of languages. Along the edge of the packaging you will also find a small listing showing the four different keyswitches available, here they mark exactly what model is in the box, in this case they went with browns in a US layout.

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Inside the box the keyboard sits with foam on each end to keep it protected as well as a clear plastic panel over the top. This keeps things protected while still keeping them visible for the front window. Up under the board inside of a piece of cardboard is a pouch with the documentation and also a USB cable to provide additional power for the USB hub if you need it.

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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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