Tesoro has announced a new keyboard, though to get the full keyboard you need to buy two separate SKUs – the Tizona keyboard and the Tizona numpad.
Both devices are made with mechanical switches which follow either the Blue, Black, Brown, or Red typing characteristics. The switches are marketed as "Gaming-Grade mechanical switches," so it's safe to assume that they are not made by Cherry. That's not necessarily a bad thing though, and Tesoro is certainly not the first manufacturer to make a mechanical keyboard without using Cherry MX switches. Tesoro's switches are rated to have a lifetime of 50 million clicks.
Both the keyboard and the numpad also come with a braided detachable cable, though the keyboard features a cable with gold-plated connectors. The cables are both 1.8 meters long. Both units also have a 1000 Hz USB polling rate for ultra-fast response times, and come with N-Key rollover support, though they can be switched to have a 6 KRO. They also both have magnets so that they can be nicely attached to each other.
Pricing for the keyboard is set at $89 in the U.S., with the numpad element set to cost $35. The units should be available on shelves, depending on your location.