Roccat is going against the curve with its Vulcan 120 mechanical keyboard. Rather than join the ever-growing swathes of Cherry-MX-equipped keyboards, Roccat has instead teamed up with TTC to create the Roccat Titan - its very own mechanical key switch.
The Aimo range launched as a unified, moving, reactive lighting system. But back when I first got my hands on the original three-product Aimo lineup, I felt that the Horde Aimo gaming keyboard wasn’t living up to the Aimo title as much as I’d like it to - especially when compared to the other Aimo branded products.
The RGB zone limitations and membrane design of the Horde proved to be a tricky needle to thread for Roccat and the luminance suffered. As a result, the whole Aimo lineup suffered too as they depended on a lynchpin product to create a cohesive RGB range.
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The Roccat Vulcan 120 doesn’t suffer that same fate. The RGB lighting is exceptionally bright, vibrant, and impactful and is the centrepiece the Roccat Kone Aimo and Roccat Khan Aimo have needed all this time.
We’ve already seen what Roccat is capable of with RGB lighting - the Kone Aimo mouse is one of the most stunning implementations of RGB lighting I’ve seen to-date - and with both the Kone and Vulcan in tandem effervescent Aimo flow, the results are quite mesmerising.