EVGA has been teasing the Z10 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for years as Jacob Freeman at EVGA first posted a tweet of the keyboard during Computex 2015. At Computex 2015, Jacob said that the release date of the Z10 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard was to be Fall of 2015, but as that release period passed and time went by, consumers began to wonder when and if the Z10 would be released. EVGA would continue to show off the Z10 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard at various trade shows, saying it would eventually be available, but never confirming an exact date. Once a couple of years had gone by, it looked like the EVGA Z10 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard might actually be vaporware, a product that is teased or announced, but never actually produced. When I was told that the Z10 Mechanical Keyboard had been shipped to me for review, I was actually a bit skeptical, but low and behold, EVGA recently put the Z10 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard into production and as of today, it available for consumers to purchase at a retail price of $149.99...
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