Roccat Launches its Vulcan Pro Gaming Keyboard
Mike Sanders / 6 months ago
Roccat has today unveiled the new Vulcan Pro Optical-Tactile RGB Gaming Keyboard as the latest addition to its award-winning Vulcan range. The new Vulcan Pro Optical-Tactile variant combines the ridiculously fast speed of Roccat’s groundbreaking Titan Optical Switch technology with the brand’s fan-favourite Tactile mechanical switch feeling. The combination provides gamers with unrivalled speed and precision as the Titan Optical Switch registers response rates up to 100 times faster than conventional mechanical switches, plus double the lifespan.
Roccat Vulcan Pro Gaming Keyboard
Following last fall’s debut of Roccat’s Titan Optical Switch technology launched in the Vulcan Pro Optical-Linear and Vulcan TKL Pro (recent recipient of a 5/5 Star Review + Platinum Award from T3), Roccat now introduces the Tactile variant of its acclaimed switch in Optical form.
The Titan Optical-Tactile switch has a 1.8 m actuation point, making it perfect for gaming and typing. Beyond being one of the fastest gaming keyboards available, the full-size Vulcan Pro Optical-Tactile RGB Gaming Keyboard also has a 100 million keystroke lifecycle that’s double the lifespan of keyboards with standard mechanical switches. It also includes a magnetically detachable palm rest and mixer-style audio controls. The ergonomic design combines Roccat’s renowned build quality with an ultra-low profile, tailored to maximize comfort and eliminate wrist strain. The Vulcan Pro Optical RGB Gaming Keyboard comes with a premium braided cable and AIMO intelligent RGB lighting capabilities so it can be synchronized with other AIMO enabled devices.
Where Can I Learn More?
Roccat’s Vulcan Pro Optical-Tactile RGB Gaming Keyboard is available at participating retailers for an MSRP of $199.99 and will be available in select regions across the EU later this year. – If you do, therefore, want to learn more about this new gaming keyboard design, you can check out the official product website via the link here!
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