EVGA has been displaying its Z10 mechanical keyboard for a while now and it appears it could soon launch as it was showcased together with the companion app, that can be used to setup macros or the LCD module, which can display various information, including hardware monitoring data from EVGA Precision software.
In terms of design, EVGA Z10 is a standard 104-key mechanical keyboard with 7 additional macro key and dedicated media controls. It has a metal top panel and will be equipped with Kailh brown or red switches.
Next to the Z10 keyboard, EVGA showed its CLC (Closed-Loop-Coolers) liquid coolers with quick-connect plugs. Although it currently offers three different CLC liquid coolers, the CLC 120, CLC 240 and the CLC 280, these ones come with the quick-connect feature, which should allow users to easily add other heatsinks to the loop - still not available but coming soon.
EVGA also revealed rather neat looking CLC tube clams which are essentially 90-degree channels for liquid cooling pipes. These will be available in a bunch of different colors and help with cable/tubing management.
Unfortunately, EVGA did not reveal any precise details regarding the launch date for these new products but there are plenty of things to look forward to, next to new motherboards or future K|NGP|N graphics cards.