Taking its name after Spanish hero El Cid‘s sword, Tizona allows gamers to choose the setup they want—either a comfortable space-saving tenkeyless or a classic full sized board with the number pad on either the left or right side.
Detachable Numberpad for Lefties and Righties
The Tizona Numpad is easily attached to either the left and right side of the keyboard via magnets—transforming Tizona into a macro-keyboard for gamers (available for games that allow in-game key assignment.) Users can even attach Tizona numpads both sides of the keyboard for a macro-heavy setup, or use it separately.
Gaming Grade Mechanical Switches
The laser-etched keys and gaming grade mechanical switches are built to last. The gaming grade mechanical switches yield a minimum of 60 million keystrokes, and can last for over decade of rigorous gaming. The switches for both the Tizona keyboard and numpad are available in Black, Blue, Brown and Red for true full customization.
Full USB N-Key Rollover (NKRO)
The Tizona features Full USB N-Key Rollover enabling simultaneous keystrokes and improved typing accuracy in high-action game situations. Depending on different games and systems, Tizona keyboards also offer a Full N-Key to 6-Key rollover switchable function.
In-Game Key Assignment and Additional Features
The Tizona comes with three thumb keys that are by default multimedia keys in PC Mode, and can be independently customized in-game when in gaming mode. Additional features include 2 USB 2.0 ports as well as DC-in jack, which allow gamers to optionally charge their phones or tablets via the keyboard during gaming sessions.
- USB Full N-Key Rollover (NKRO) for simultaneous key presses
- Easy to snap-in attachable numberpad (left and right side)
- Mechanical Key Switches (Blue / Black / Brown / Red)
- 60 million keystrokes
- Detachable 1.8m braided cable with gold-plated USB connector
- Anti-slip rubber feet
- 2x USB pass-throughs
- MSRP: Keyboard: $89.99 ; Numpad : $39.99 / Combo $109
- Instant thumb hot keys for PC / Game mode
We will have a full review of the Tizona and it’s larger brother, the Lobera, shortly!