PC gamers may want to take a look at some new offerings from Turtle Beach-owned ROCCAT. In market since September 27 are the ROCCAT Kain Series gaming mice and the super dope-looking, new variants of the Vulcan Series mechanical gaming keyboards.

ROCCAT Kain 120 AIMO Gaming Mouse
ROCCAT Kain 100 AIMO (Top); ROCCAT Kain 120 AIMO (Above)

ROCCAT Kain Series mice features ROCCAT’s innovative Titan Click mechanism which ROCCAT claims making it “one of the fastest and most responsive series of PC gaming mice available.”

Consummating the package is an exceptional shape, weight, and feel for the perfect grip and ergonomics. Three models are available, namely, Kain 100 AIMO, Kain 120 AIMO and Kain 200 AIMO.

ROCCAT Kain 200 AIMO Gaming Mouse
ROCCAT Kain 200 AIMO

The 100 boasts side grips for maximum control and 8500 dpi, while the the 120 features a unique hybrid performance coating that is durable, dirt resistant, and grippy, and an upgraded Owl-Eye sensor that touts up to 16K dpi (!). The 200 is basically the wireless version.

The 100 sells for $49.99 while the 120 and 200 retails for $69.99 and $99.99, respectively.

As for the keyboards, ROCCAT has launched an updated version of the Vulcan 121 AIMO, featuring new, speed-optimized Titan Mechanical Switches, and a new colorway, Arctic White (Vulcan 122 AIMO).

The new mechanical switches are said to register key strokes up to 30 percent fast over standard switches.

The Arctic White, which also sports the same aluminum plate design (anodized in the case of the 122), features Titan Switch Tactile mechanical switches that boasts 20 percent key stroke registration than standard switches. The updated Vulcan will be available in October for $159.99.

All images courtesy of ROCCAT.

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