- TechMeOut is a female-owned and hosted tech YouTube channel that’s been active since 2012. Her explanation of products and processes makes it easy to understand, even with complex topics.
- LinusTechTips was started by its founder Linus Sebastian like a typical YouTube channel in the 2010s, in the kitchen of his house. The channel now has 100 staff members and over 13 million subscribers on its main channel.
- Austin Evans is another pioneer who’s been on YouTube for a long time. Although you won’t see a typical review format on Austin’s channel, the videos are entertaining to watch and end up giving you a review of the products in a fun way.
Tech channels are one of the popular niches on YouTube. Their videos cover a range of topics from new gadget walkthroughs to hardware reviews, providing fresh perspective in a more fun and engaging way. A lot of the enjoyment comes from the personality and reliability of the host, though.
We have compiled a list of the 5 best tech YouTube channels that will provide you quality information and an entertaining viewing experience. So, without further ado, let’s hop in and help you find your new favorite YouTubers.
If you are a fan of tech or any gadget, you might have heard of LinusTechTips before or one of their other channels. LTT, for short, was started by its founder Linus Sebastian like a typical YouTube channel in the 2010s, in the kitchen of Linus’ house. The channel now has 100 staff members and over 13 million subscribers on its main channel. All of their hosts are massive tech fans, and you can tell by how they host every video. They ride the line of entertainment and information so well that even their longer videos are a joy to watch. You feel like you learned a lot.
Besides LTT, they have three other tech related channels. Short Circut, where they do shorter, less in-depth reviews of products than the main channel. Tech Quickie is a news-like channel where they go through the daily tech news so you can stay up to date on all the rumors and announcements. And Mac Address that specifically focuses on just Apple products.
2. Austin Evans
Austin Evans is another pioneer who’s been on YouTube for a long time. He started his channel in 2007 when YouTube was still in its infancy. And after 15 years on YouTube, his videos are fun to watch and avoid the filler that some other YouTubers like to include, that bulk up the video. Austin reviews any and all gadgets and tech. One of his most popular series is Broke vs. Pro, where Austin and the other host Ken, compete to see who can build the better system when one has a broke budget, and the other has a pro budget.
Although you won’t see a typical review format on Austin’s channel, the videos are entertaining to watch and end up giving you a review of the products in a fun way. There’s a good chance the other 5.34 million subscribers agree.
Dave2D is one of the respectable YouTubers in the tech space. With over 3 million subscribers, he is not that small. His most famous videos typically revolve around laptop reviews and wearable devices. But we had to feature him because his desktop component reviews, and overall reviews are informational. We like how he delivers information, making it easy to make a firm and better decision afterward. We also must make note of his filming set. It is one of the coolest on this list.
If you are looking for a good video of Dave’s to start with, we reccomend the video he recently uploaded on the Intel Arc GPUs. The product is very interesting, and the video also gives you a good idea of how Dave does his reviews.
TechMeOut is a female-owned and hosted tech YouTube channel that’s been active since 2012. She started out by uploading videos on how to jailbreak your iPhone and has now amassed a fan base of 400,000 people reviewing every gadget she can get her hand on. Her explanation of products and processes makes it easy to understand, even with complex topics. In addition, her conversational approach with videos makes you feel like you are watching a YouTube video before everyone got corporate.
We wanted to put TechMeOut on this list because she is a fantastic creator that deserves a bigger audience, but also, she is one of the few females in a field that is dominated by males. We highly reccomend watching her new MacBook M2 unboxing video to get an idea of her style.
5. Gamers Nexus
If you are looking for a review that goes into every nook and cranny, Gamers Nexus is perfect for you. Their videos will give you an honest review whether sponsored or nit. That said, be prepared to sit and watch one of their videos for at least 20 minutes. We cannot remember the last time Gamers Nexus uploaded a video under 20 minutes. Steve, the host, has some of the most in-depth reviews.
With 1.75 million subscribers, the videos don’t necessarily go viral like some of the other creators we have listed above. Still, the information they cover and the concepts they come up with are fascinating, especially to tech fans. To get a good idea of Gamers Nexus and Steve’s style, we recommend checking out the RTX 4090 review they uploaded recently. The amount of work put into their videos is definitely out of the norm and very much appreciated.
Note that this list is in no particular order. This is not a ranking list.
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