Review – Roccat Vulcan II Mini Air


After our tests of the Vulcan II, we’re back with wireless gaming keyboards, this time with Roccat’s new reference, the Vulcan II Mini Air. It’s a keyboard equipped with Titan II switches, in 65t format and capable of carrying up to 4 different profiles! It’s also the brand’s first wireless keyboard.

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

Technical specifications :

Roccat unveils a brand-new keyboard reference 65
with the Vulcan II Mini Air. The big news with this one is that it’s wireless. In fact, it’s the brand’s very first wireless keyboard. The brand claims a battery life of up to 240 hours.

The Vulcan II Mini Air is relatively unobtrusive on a desk, measuring just 325 x 124 x 33 mm and weighing just 576 g (without dongle or cable). 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 150 million activations. Recharging is via a detachable 1.8 m sheathed cable.

The Vulcan II Mini Air also features a 4 MB internal memory, enabling up to 4 profiles to be stored. 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 integral anti-ghosting . Not to mention 29 integrated shortcuts. And of course, the keyboard features a 1 GHz polling rate.

This model is already available to order for €179.99.

Recommended system:

To use Roccat’s Vulcan II Mini Air, 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.