Thursday, October 21st 2021

ROCCAT Unveils Vulcan TKL PRO Keyboard in White

ROCCAT, Turtle Beach's Hamburg, Germany-based PC peripheral brand, today revealed its Arctic White version of the Vulcan TKL Pro keyboard, adding another option to its award-winning PC gaming keyboard series. ROCCAT unveiled its very first Vulcan mechanical keyboard featuring the Titan Tactile Switch in 2018 at Computex Taiwan, followed by the Titan Speed Switch in 2019.

In September 2020, ROCCAT added new Titan Optical Switches and smaller tenkeyless design. Titan Optical Switches offer PC gamers a true competitive advantage, with keystrokes that register 40 times faster than classic mechanical switches, and with a lifespan twice as long. The Vulcan TKL Pro White is the new tenkeyless version of the full-size Vulcan Pro. The Vulcan TKL Pro White's sleek design with silver brushed aluminium top plate and Arctic White keys is the perfect addition for gamers looking to maximize their Arctic White ROCCAT desktop setup for a bigger range of mouse movement. The Vulcan TKL White is available for pre-order today for a MSRP of £139.99 and will be available for purchase December 6, 2021 at participating retailers.
"It's been great to see the white tenkeyless Vulcan get so much positive feedback from our fans," said René Korte, ROCCAT Founder and General Manager for PC Peripherals at Turtle Beach. "We actually revealed the Vulcan TKL Pro White for the first time in May by sneaking it into the background of the video announcing our partnership with SypherPK. After that we saw many requests for a white version, and we're always pleased to deliver what the community wants."

The Vulcan TKL Pro White, like the original Vulcan Pro, is the perfect combination of innovative design and technology, making it indispensable for gamers who demand reliability and performance. The Vulcan TKL Pro White features ROCCAT's latest Titan Optical Switch, which actuate and deliver a ridiculous level of speed and responsiveness while retaining the signature mechanical keystroke feel. ROCCAT's Titan Optical Switches also last longer than standard mechanical switches, doubling their lifecycle to 100 million keystrokes. The Vulcan TKL Pro White's sleek silver aluminium plate also reinforces the keyboard for extra strength and durability and gives the keyboard its unique signature look.

The smaller tenkeyless form factor lets gamers play in a more natural, comfortable position and opens the possibility for a bigger range of mouse movements. The keyboard's smaller design and detachable braided USB-C cable also make it the perfect companion for gamers who are on the go and in need of consistent performance. Its low-profile keys offer a flat hand position leading to less fatigue over long periods of gaming or typing, and for added functionality the Vulcan TKL Pro White has mixer-style audio controls.

To complete its stylish look, the Vulcan TKL Pro White includes ROCCAT's AIMO lighting system and offers a vivid illumination aesthetic through the transparent key housing of the Titan Optical Switch. The Vulcan TKL Pro White can be synchronized with other AIMO compatible devices through ROCCAT's Swarm software.

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3 Comments on ROCCAT Unveils Vulcan TKL PRO Keyboard in White

#1
defaultluser
I love it when Gaming Keyboards that look exactly the same as every other model get Marvel-esque Origin Stories :rolleyes:

It's just another Dead PC Hardware Maker reborn to make "slightly different models of keyboards than everyone else" - this goes for their headsets too!
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#2
bonehead123
Sorry, but I just don't see those flimsy-looking keys & switches lasting anywhere near 100 million strokes as claimed. They look TO ME as if they would fall/break off in an instant if you breath too hard on them, let alone bang away at them for hours on end during some intense epic battle(s) to save the world/universe and blow your enemies to hell & back etc.....

But at least they used USB-C for the cord, so there's that I guess :D
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#3
amarthar
I just wish that companies would stop with the hideous looking floating key design...
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