Review: Roccat Vulcan II


After our tests of MSI’s Vigor GK71 Sonic and the K65 Pro Mini, we’re back with gaming keyboards again, with Roccat’s new reference, the Vulcan II. It’s a full-size keyboard with Titan II switches and a detachable wrist rest, and can be fitted with up to 4 different profiles.

On top of that, let’s not forget Roccat’s RGB lighting. So, what is this Vulcan II worth? Answer in our test!

Technical specifications :

Roccat’s Vulcan II is a keyboard measuring 463 x 236 x 33 mm (including wrist rest). It weighs over 1 kg (1,141 g) with the latter and 949 g without. Here, Roccat’s new keyboard features in-house switches (Titan II) and customizable RGB key by key. In addition, the keys can support up to 80 million activations. It also comes with a 1.8 m sheathed cable.

The Vulcan II incorporates a 4 MB internal memory for storing up to 4 profiles. In addition, it features easy-shift technology for doubling the number of keys on the keyboard, as well as the classic full-key NKRO with full anti-ghosting . Of course, the keyboard features a 1 GHz polling rate.

Recommended system:

To use the Roccat Vulcan II, you’ll need at least a Windows 7 operating system. You’ll also need a USB 2.0 port and an Internet connection to download the keyboard management software.