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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:34pm 13/07/20 | 3 Comments
The Roccat Vulcan 120 AIMO mechanical keyboard, as per that headline, is one of the best pure mechanical keyboards available today. Featuring Roccat's own Titan Switches that feature a tactile and responsive low-actuation point for gaming the result is a great overall feel that is matched by its stylish look.

Where the Roccat Vulcan 120 AIMO goes from great to, err, even greater comes with the Roccat-developed Titan Switches – tactile and responsive, with a great overall feel. Although the more game-friendly low actuation point might take some getting used to, the results across productivity were surprisingly good. Paired with a string of first-person titles like DOOM Eternal, Valorant, and Halo: The Master Chief Collection, and the results were indeed impressive. Which ultimately comes down to the quality of the Titan Switches and the key-caps that were designed for a fast, tactile, and wobble-free response. And for those wondering, the keyboard errs on the side of silent – audible but a far cry from the more clicky-options out there.

Our Full Roccat Vulcan 120 AIMO Mechanical Keyboard Review

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Posted 04:38pm 13/7/20
Just a quick heads up - as an owner of this keyboard just letting potential buyers know that my "a, s, d" keys all had their "letters" stripped within the first 10 days of use - so the keys appear worn.

Apart from that, it's a nice (though expensive) keyboard.

PS: it's not as easy to keep clean / maintain as one might expect
Posted 04:45pm 13/7/20
Thanks deeper... been using this for about the same time and haven't had that issue... so obvs wasn't in the review...
Posted 04:48pm 14/7/20
Cool, nice to hear it's not all of them - cause I certainly hadn't ready any other comments related to it when I researched prior to purchase.

Only cosmetics anyway :p
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