... and the Roccat is on the Aim-o, Aim-o, Aim-o

Subject: General Tech | December 13, 2018 - 03:43 PM |
Tagged: RGB, mechanical keyboard, input, vulcan 120 aimo, roccat

Roccat's Vulcan 120 Aimo uses low profile Titan mechanical switches, which have a travel distance of 3.6mm and an actuation distance of 1.8mm, compared to a similar Cherry MX switch with 4mm and 2mm respectively.  The Tech Report also found the spacing to be rather tight, in part due to the skirted design, so this might be one you want to test drive before purchasing.  The included Swarm software lets you program keys in a variety of ways including association noises with certain key presses, while the Aimo RGB option offers some interesting performance which you might have strong feelings about one way or the other.

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"Roccat's Vulcan 120 Aimo keyboard cuts a striking profile with its skirtless key caps and in-house Titan switches. We put the Vulcan 120 Aimo to the test to see whether a new spin on mechanical key switches is enough to help it stand out in a crowded market."

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