Roccat’s Vulcan TKL Pro PC gaming keyboard coming in new white color

The Vulcan TKL Pro White

The Vulcan TKL Pro’s sleek design with silver brushed aluminum top plate and Arctic White keys is ideal for gamers looking for the best style for their setup.

Roccat, a Turtle Beach subsidiary that specializes in PC and console accessories, announced this week that its Vulcan TKL Pro line of keyboards will receive a new color in December. The Vulcan TKL Pro White combines a variety of elements that make it an ideal addition for those looking to maximize their Arctic White Roccat desktop setup for a wider range of mouse movement.

A pro keyboard that adapts to the needs of gamers

This new version of Roccat’s popular keyboard, like the original Vulcan Pro, is the perfect combination of innovative design and technology, something to which the German company has become accustomed since its inception. As a result, it has become indispensable for gamers who require dependability and performance.

Titan optical switches with a tenkeyless design

The smaller tenkeyless form factor allows gamers to play in a more natural, comfortable position, allowing for a wider range of mouse movements. The keyboard’s smaller size and detachable braided USB-C cable make it an ideal companion for gamers on the go who require consistent performance.

The Vulcan TKL Pro White is outfitted with Roccat’s latest Titan Optical Switch, which activates and delivers a ridiculous level of speed and responsiveness while retaining the signature mechanical keystroke feel. Furthermore, these switches last twice as long as standard mechanical switches, with a lifecycle of 100 million keystrokes.

Synchronize everything with Aimo

To top it off, this new version of the switch includes the German company’s Aimo lighting system, which provides vibrant lighting aesthetics through the Titan Optical Switch’s transparent key housing. Like other Roccat products, we can synchronize them via Aimo’s dedicated software.

The Vulcan TKL Pro White is now available for pre-order and will go on sale on December 6.

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