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If you're a Gamer, Designer or a Power User, The Z lets you interact with your computer in a faster, more precise & intuitive way.
If you're a Gamer, Designer or a Power User, The Z lets you interact with your computer in a faster, more precise & intuitive way.
3,069 backers pledged $514,140 to help bring this project to life.

The Z Limited Edition Pack

Posted by Grant Odgers - Swiftpoint (Creator)
Hi Backers
The Z Limited Edition Pack is almost sold-out, with just 20 units left before we clear the shelves. You’ll see we’re now selling these with free shipping through the Indiegogo link: until sold out. Please tell a friend.
We’re also pleased to confirm our plans to launch the Swiftpoint Forum, a setting in which all Z users can share thoughts, views, ideas, mappings, questions and answers with us and between themselves. We’re targeting to go live with this in November and we’ll be sure to let you know when this happens. 

Following our public launch, we’ve been working hard on building up our distribution and reseller channels for The Z in selective markets, and have recently set up new relationships in Germany, France and Japan. As a start-up, even with The Z’s ground-breaking and unique features, there’s the inevitable but exciting challenge of raising awareness of The Z as a product and brand. We’re sure many of you will already have helped these efforts by telling your friends about your Z experience – and we thank you for that. We invite you to continue to champion our cause – and if any of you are so inclined, favourable Customer Reviews on Amazon are worth their weight in gold!

Talking of reviews, we’d like to share the latest Z industry review with you. We found this to be one of the more comprehensive reviews published so far, clearly endorsing your own initial belief in the product as an original backer.

And we continue to be thrilled to learn how some of our backers are getting benefits from using The Z away from the gaming arena. “When I'm planning treatments (i.e.designating where the radiation will go in the body), which is done on yet another computing platform, it's VERY useful to dynamically adjust the DPI. For example, when planning treatments for critical areas in the brain, it helps me to accurately specify dose regions more precisely with low DPI. And having a separate mouse profile with different mapped buttons again helps me save time.” Dr M. Radiation Oncologist. Amazing!

Speak to you next month. 

Grant and the Team
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