Tesoro is mostly known for its lengthy line-up of gaming keyboards. Until recently the company didn't foray out of the keyboard environment, but it seems it finally decided to explore new grounds, launching several new gaming mice and headsets. Today, I'm going to focus on the recently released Kuven A1 7.1 Gaming Headset.
Akin to its keyboard line-up, the name has a connection to mythological or historical artefacts. In this case, the headset is dubbed after the Greek God Hades' Helmet, and isn't really pronounced Kuven, though the original Kυνέη doesn't roll of the tongue as well as its "adapted" name does.
Attempting to break into new product brackets is not always an easy task, but it seems Tesoro is keen on its expansion. As it stands, Kuven is very Tesoro-esque headset, with an angular design, and some really sharp edges here and there. There's a certain elegance to this headset that doesn't really extend to other over-the-top flashy pairs on the market.
We got the Devil A1, colloquially known as the black version. There's also an Angel one, which is all white and gray, but I believe that variant doesn't have the same nice contrast when it comes to design.
But enough about how pretty this headset is. The more important questions are: how is it built, how does it fit, and how does it sound?