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EVGA showcases their Z10 Mechanical keyboard with an LCD display

The integrated LCD can be used to showcase useful data

EVGA showcases their Z10 Mechanical keyboard with an LCD display

EVGA showcases their Z10 Mechanical keyboard with an LCD display

One of EVGA's most interesting product of CES 2018 is their upcoming Z10 keyboard, a product that adds an LCD screen into a mechanical keyboard to deliver a user using data from a game's OSD, EVGA Precision, data for creating key macros and even showing simple things like the current time.  

This design is not new, harkening back to the era of the Logitech G15 series, though it is something that has been ignored for quite some time, a huge annoyance for those using a G15 who want to move to a mechanical gaming keyboard with the same or similar features. 

  

EVGA showcases their Z10 Mechanical keyboard with an LCD display  EVGA showcases their Z10 Mechanical keyboard with an LCD display

 

The Z10 keyboard shown is a version with Kailh MX Brown Switches, and red LED illumination, offering a 104-keyset with seven additional Macro keys (five at the right and two around the arrow pad). The keyboard will also be available with Kailh red switches, though at this time other switch types are not out of the question. 

Users will be able to control what is visible on the keyboard's screen using a piece of software called EVGA UNLEASH. The keyboard also includes a USB passthrough on the right-hand side of the unit.   
  

EVGA showcases their Z10 Mechanical keyboard with an LCD display  EVGA showcases their Z10 Mechanical keyboard with an LCD display
  

At this time EVGA has not announced the pricing or the release date of their Z10 mechanical gaming keyboard. 

Quick Update - EVGA has told us that this keyboard will be released in Q1 of this year. 

You can join the discussion on EVGA's Z10 mechanical gaming keyboard on the OC3D Forums.   

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Most Recent Comments

11-01-2018, 06:04:05

wozza365
For the price it's probably going to be, you could just buy a cheap second hand monitor to use to display any information you want and it will look much better!Quote

11-01-2018, 06:19:58

Greenback
the screen for me is really the wrong colour and small, the G15 did it betterQuote

11-01-2018, 07:58:19

MiNo
Is the screen compatible with the logitec ones? So that stuff that can display on a logitec also work with this.Quote

13-01-2018, 09:33:54

WYP
Quick Update - EVGA has told us that this keyboard will be releasing in Q1Quote

13-01-2018, 10:46:46

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by wozza365 View Post
For the price it's probably going to be, you could just buy a cheap second hand monitor to use to display any information you want and it will look much better!
I've got a 7" HDMI touch screen for that. It's ace. Problem is I was using AIDA and it takes forever to "program" sort of thing.

Then I fire up my Aquacomputer earlier and it's much of the same lmfao. Gonna take me hours and hours to make.

If this is Logitech then good. Nothing wrong with their boards at all.Quote
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