With the Olympics over, I have to say Team Canada was quite impressive. I have always been more interested in the winter games overall, but the summer ones have their cool events to watch too. However, Canadian swimmer, Penny Oleksiak, was a major wow on her own. In her competitions, she won four medals in the games, including one gold, one silver, and two bronzes, while capturing the hearts of Canadian viewers. Even more surprising to me is how young she is at sixteen years of age. However, what had me cheering for her was the way she won her gold. If you watch her victory, you would have seen she did not go out all the way right from the gate, but rather she paced herself. In the second half, it was like Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Kwan's favorite line "VTAK JUST KICKED IN YO!" came to life, as she redlined it for the finish. I think this exemplifies the fact it does not matter how you start things, but rather how you finish. Do not get me wrong, it definitely helps when you have a great start and finish, but people can recover from an average beginning. In addition, if you lose momentum halfway through and lack the endurance to keep going, it really makes for a sad end. I think a similar story can also be drawn out with technology. With all the glitz and glamour products get, the initial wow-factor is present from the start for many products. However, the real endurance is seen in the product's performance and quality. Today we have a different keyboard from a very familiar company in the form of the Tesoro Gram Spectrum. It certainly caught my attention in the beginning, but how does it actually fare in day-to-day situations or in performance? Read on to find out!