YouTube is a platform full of educational and entertaining content. In recent years, the platform has proved helpful for people to make purchasing decisions for items such as electronics, smartphones and laptops.
There are plenty of tech YouTubers with millions of subscribers to give you the latest technological updates and reviews. The only issue is that it might be hard to choose which one to watch.
Below is the list of best tech YouTubers to help you make that next gadget buying decision.
Marques Brownlee is arguably the biggest name in YouTube’s tech sector and dubbed the father of “technology reviews” with over 15 million subscribers. Marques provides quality reviews, first impressions and unboxing videos on mobile phone hardware, cars and other tech products. He has even conducted interviews with Barack Obama, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Kobe Bryant and many other giant names in the tech industry.
Arun Maini is an economics student who runs the most followed tech YouTube channel in the UK, with over 10 million subscribers. Arun creates entertaining and insightful products reviews, technology round-ups and updates. He has been featured in global publications such as Daily Telegraph, Business Insider and Huffington Post.
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Justine’s channel has nearly 7 million subscribers. On iJustine, you can find her tech product recommendations for smartphones, laptops, home gadgets and cameras alongside other tech tips. She also runs a ‘Vlog University’ to teach others how to create their own technology vlog channel. You might also recognise her from her features on TV shows such as The Vampire Diaries, Criminal Minds and Law & Order.
Judner Aura is a self-proclaimed average guy (but with over 3 million subscribers) who provides easy to understand tech videos for non-technological consumers.
Discover Judner's reviews on items such as mobile phones, earbuds, laptops, cameras and even some home gadgets to help you make that purchase decision.
Do you love opening new products but don’t want to spend all your money buying new items all the time? That’s the premise of the Unbox Therapy channel – you can enjoy all the pleasure of unboxing without spending a penny.
Lewis Hilsenteger has one of the most subscribed tech channels with over 18 million subscribers. Aside from the channel's namesake unboxing videos, his other high-quality content consists of product reviews and the latest tech news.
Canadian tech YouTuber Linus Sebastian owns four YouTube channels (Linus Tech Tips, Techquickie, TechLinked, and Channel Super Fun), with over 14 million subscribers on his Linus Tech Tips channel alone. Linus is known for his in-depth reviews, sense of humour and ability to simplify tech terms for the average audience. On Linus Tech Tips' channel, you can find product reviews, previews and unboxing of tech products.
Tom Honeyands is one of the top British tech YouTubers with over 1 million followers. Tom has started the channel after wanting to get into the Technology Journalism industry. He provides in-depth buying guides for new technology products, and he also makes videos of the trending technology news and comparison videos.