Roccat Vulcan TKL Pro gaming keyboard review

Two-minute review

The new addition to the Vulcan line, the Roccat Vulcan TKL Pro, doesn’t exactly go full compact, like the host of mini gaming keyboards that have recently hit the streets. This one just sacrifices the numeric keypad, only chopping a few inches off its original’s form factor so that it fits small setups better, without completely abandoning the necessary bits like arrow keys.

This strategy isn’t exactly new. Gaming keyboards like the Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition and Corsair K63 Wireless have done it years prior. However, Roccat adds its own spin to the Roccat Vulcan TKL Pro, giving it the floating keys design that’s an absolute stunner and those Titan optical switches that are just a pleasure to use.

With a compact form factor, a gorgeous design, and extremely satisfying tactile feedback, the Roccat Vulcan TKL Pro already has a lot to offer. But does it perform good enough for the price?

Roccat Vulcan TKL Pro

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At $159 (£149, AU$239), it isn’t exactly the most affordable gaming keyboard of the lot. Though that price is also on par with some of the best gaming keyboards right now, full-size and otherwise. It’s only about $50/£40/AU$60 pricier than the Corsair K63 Wireless and $30/£20/AU$20 more than the Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition, and about just slightly cheaper than the full-sized gaming keyboards that have made it on the list.

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