EVGA Z10 Keyboard ReviewAuthor: Dennis Garcia
When you think about a computer keyboard it comes with a number of switches designed to provide input to the computer. These are typically in the form of key commands based on what switch you enabled. For instance pressing A will send you’re your game self left while pressing R might reload a weapon.
Or, pressing A might put the letter A on screen. It all depends on what you are doing.
Imagine if a keyboard could provide input and also display information back to you? In this review we’ll be looking at the EVGA Z10 Keyboard and unlike some other keyboards you can buy this one comes with a multi color LCD display.
- Kailh Mechanical Brown Switches
- 60 million keystroke lifespan
- 1000Hz Ultra Polling Rate
- Anti-Ghosting with N-KEY rollover function
- “E-Key” button disables Windows Keys for Gaming Mode
- Braided USB Cable with cable tie
- Multimedia Shortcut Key
- Audio / Brightness slider
- Information Display LCD
- Customizable Red LED backlighting
- 2x USB 2.0 ports
- 3-Year EVGA Global Warranty
- Width: 7.28 in / 185mm
- Length: 18.5 in / 470mm
- Height: 1.38 in / 35mm
- Weight: 3.25 lbs. / 1.48kg
EVGA has been working on this keyboard for awhile and the first time I remember seeing it was at CES 2015. At the time the Z10 was just a prototype with some rumors that EVBOT functionally might be included into the display. Over the years the rumors of a Z10 keyboard began to fade until now. Funny thing is, when looking at photos of the prototype Z10 I can see that not much, if anything, ever really changed.