The EVGA Z20 is wired-only and can’t be used with mobile devices.
Differences Between Sizes And Variants
We tested the EVGA Z20 in black with clicky Light Strike LK Optical switches, and it’s also available with linear Light Strike LK Optical switches. While not a variant, the EVGA Z15 is a very similar keyboard with nearly identical performance. It lacks several of the extra features of the Z20 keyboard and has a downgraded wrist rest, but it’s hot-swappable, meaning you can easily change switch types without soldering. You can see our unit’s label here.
EVGA may be new to the peripheral market, but the EVGA Z20 has remarkable performance. Visually, it has a very gamer-forward design that may not be for everyone. However, its notable performance and features, including an advertised 4kHz polling rate and a novel time-of-flight sensor, garner it a spot alongside some of the high-end gaming keyboards currently available. This keyboard may be a good option if you’re a serious gamer looking for exceptionally low latency and you’re a fan of more aggressive gamer aesthetics.