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Nerd Fountain is not a first look-driven outlet, instead we are a podcast and blog that reviews and interviews designers, developers, and publishers from multiple industries to deliver both an inside perspective and a human touch from behind the closed doors that drive nerd culture. We also discuss mid-life dating, give advice, and answer emails. Shows range from The Nerd Fountain's main feed, which features specific discussion points, paired usually with a tabletop or video game review, followed by casual conversation. Other shows include Interviews and shows from the road between Jeffrey Norman Bourbeau and other collaborators.
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Mar 16, 2015

I got a chance to speak with David Leong the Public Relations Manager for Kingston and Hyper X.

First I checked out the Hyper X Cloud 2 gaming headset will feature virtual 7.1 usb headset, compatible with pc, xbox one w/ adatper, and ps4. surround with button press. memory foam earcups 53mm drivers, 40mm is the norm for consumer non-gaming headsets. headband is memory foam as well. for long hours of gamepaly. aluminum construction. All the controls are on the side of the headet and will retail for $100 "e-tail."  

 

Next up were the Hyper-X gaming mouspads that have been iterated upon and are being re-released as a single product with a solid and softer foam pad for longer play and durability. The new skin is called Hyper Fury, comes in 4 sizes and the largest size can basically cover an entire table at 19x35. 

 

David then switched gears for us and we discussed their new entry level DDR4 Ram. The techy aspects David goes into will likely go over our audiences head but I got real into it. I usually don't micromanage my ram speeds, and for those like me this new series of ram should cater to my gamer needs.

 

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