For the past few weeks I've been using the new Vulcan 120 from ROCCAT. The Vulcan range are set with Titan mechanical switches which ROCCAT have engineered with improvements to debounce and firmware that reduce the time it takes for each keypress to register increasing the overall speed of typists and gamers. I have to say that they are also extremely comfortable once you get used to the keyboard's design.
With the low-profile backplate (and on the Vulcan 120 a low-profile wrist rest) but full sized… See More
keys users will likely have to get used to a new typing posture before they see the speed increases, but in the meantime they will see other benefits instantly like the Easy-Switch[+] system that has been introduced allowing even more macro and remapping possibilities to 'left hand' keys on top of Game Mode which also allows you to remap or add macros to almost any key through several different profiles.
There's also an abundance of RGB on the Vulcan 120, which finally introduces us to their AIMO system in per-key glory - a massive improvement in aesthetics from the Horde I was testing last time - although because of the insane amount of light bleeding from the exposed switches it would be nice if ROCCAT introduced a brightness control within AIMO for evening / night time use.