ROCCAT’s latest introduction to the keyboard market is ready for pre-order and GReviews are wondering whether it’s worth lining up for, ready for the release date later in the year.
The ROCCAT Vulcan series of keyboards is already available to pre-order on Amazon and the ROCCAT shop and comes in 3 different models; the Vulcan 80, Vulcan 100 AIMO and Vulcan 120 AIMO.
Featuring their self-developed Titan Switch Tactile, ROCCAT are marketing the range as the most swift and responsive keyboard in their line-up. Having reviewed the impressive Horde AIMO RGB earlier in the year which we felt, while a little bulky, functionally met all our demands. So we are excited to see what this latest range can do.
“The most important thing about a mechanical keyboard are its switches, we wanted to showcase them” said Andreas Jost, Head of Industrial Design at ROCCAT Studios. If ever we saw a sentiment which highlights the clear direction ROCCAT wanted to take with the development of the Vulcan range of keyboards; that was it.
We are assured that the Vulcan range has been developed using materials which ‘reflect the desire for the most premium product.’ This is with particular reference to the anodized aluminium top plate which offers a robust and durable structure, coupled with professional grade mechanical media controls. For added comfort the Vulcan 120 AIMO model comes with a magnetic removable wrist rest. The wrist rest is visible on the Vulcan 120 AIMO in the gallery above.
With ROCCAT identifying that the Vulcan range will be able to process key stroke signals 20% faster than any competing keyboards, you may see some significant difference when it comes to online gaming.
The Vulcan range is due for release in Q3 this year, and given the attention to detail which is clearly visible in the portfolio, we are excited by this latest announcement.
The Vulcan will be available in three different models, the Vulcan 80 at £119.99 Vulcan 100 AIMO at £139.99 and the Vulcan 120 AIMO at £149.99.
One thing is for certain, if the budget for the development of the Vulcan range is anything like the apparent production cost for the trailer, we are in for a treat!