Roccat Offers Vulcan Pro Model Featuring the Fan-Favorite Tactile Mechanical Switch Feeling

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    NCC1701D Master Guru

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    I have the original Vulcan. It's a good gaming board. I will say the keycaps do feel different to type on compared to a more standard style cap. This is definitely a try it before you buy it keyboard and I wouldn't want to do work typing on it. Perfectly adequate for games though and it looks very cool (probably the main selling point if I'm being honest).
     
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    I think that when they go for chiclet like keyscaps, they should put keys closer together.

    After experience with few mechanical switches, I prefer keys that end their travel shortly after actuation point. (Similar to membrane keyboards.)

    Titan Tactile Switch: Actuation 1.8mm with a 3.6mm travel distance.
    Titan Linear Switch: Actuation 1.4mm with a 3.6mm travel distance.

    Would not mind their linear switch if they enabled shorter travel distance. Like 2~2.2mm.
     
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    If they made a Spock edition i`d buy that.
     

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