Tesoro Technology USA Inc. – leading manufacturer of Gaming peripheries – will be releasing new products targeted to professional gamers and will put them on display during CeBIT 2014 trade show in Hanover from March 10 to March 14.
Tesoro will present Lobera and Lobera Supreme – released in January – the world first mechanical gaming keyboards that will arrive to Europe in February. In addition, Tesoro will present new upcoming products: Tizona, 80% mechanical gaming keyboard, Tizona Numpad – mechanical numpad, Tizona Elite – 80% mechanical gaming keyboard with full color LED and option to connect or disconnect Numpad from the left and right side of the keyboard, Shrike Laser Mouse Rubberized version with newest sensor and new choice of colors, Excalibur – new addition to mechanical keyboards gaming series, and other products that Tesoro have already shown throughout 2013.
During the show, Tesoro will also release some plans for future and explains the direction that company tries to go through professional eSport channels as well as targeting products to the more casual gamers. There will be time for open discussion where Tesoro staff will talk directly with communities and listen to their requirements to improve the products to fully meet the needs of both hardcore and casual gamer.
Tesoro will exhibit in CeBIT from March 10 to March 14 in Hanover, Germany inside Hall 15, D18-1.