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Top 10 YouTube Tech Reviewers

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Script written by Sean Harris. These guys really know their gadgets from their gizmos. Hello, and welcome to TopX, where we look at the very best that YouTube has to offer! Today, we're mastering modern technology as we count down our picks for the Top 10 YouTube Tech Reviewers. For this list, we've gathered together YouTube's most entertaining, informative and reliable technology product reviewers. Special thanks to Toms Pinkis for submitting the idea using our interactive suggestion tool at WatchMojo.comsuggest

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Script written by Sean Harris.

Top 10 Youtube Tech Reviewers

These guys really know their gadgets from their gizmos. Hello, and welcome to TopX, where we look at the very best that YouTube has to offer! Today, we’re mastering modern technology as we count down our picks for the Top 10 YouTube Tech Reviewers.

For this list, we’ve gathered together YouTube’s most entertaining, informative and reliable technology product reviewers.

#10: TechSmartt

Launched in 2010 by Keaton Keller, this YouTube channel has since grown quickly and now boasts nearly a million subscribers. A well thought out channel hosting numerous playlists, including lists for budget purchases, back to school gear, apple, android, keyboards and more, this channel has something for all tech lovers. Between the thorough reviews, regular uploads, clean production style and weird products, when Keaton asks us “What’s good guys?” we have to say, you are Keaton, you are.

#9: The Verge

A channel which claims to cover “the intersection of technology, science, art and culture,” The Verge sets out with a pretty big task – and it accomplishes it in style. The channel handles product reviews, product comparisons and tech news, presenting it in a way which is understandable for all viewers, from industry aficionado to tech novice. There’s no “high and mighty” or “we’re clever/you’re not” narrative going here; just honest, relatable ideas about things that the average person– well, the average tech lover– cares about.

#8: Android Authority

Any fan of Android smartphones could easily spend hours, days and weeks trawling through Android Authority. As the channel’s title suggests, it’s the place to go when you’re thinking of upgrading your Android cell. Everything is covered: aesthetics, tech design, performance, apps and price comparisons – plus, watch out for the gadget giveaways! The channel’s roster of presenters are plenty of fun as well; they really know their stuff, and they’ll tell you exactly which phones are safe to drop, and from which height!

#7: Pocketnow

Founded in 2000, Pocketnow was born into a pre-iPhone era when modern mobile technology was only just taking off. As such, the channel boasts plenty of well-researched tech expertise. The videos are presented in a direct way, but are still entertaining simply because of the amount of useful information that they contain. But Pocketnow’s unique selling point is its daily news round up, appropriately called “Pocketnow Daily.” A short rundown of what’s hot with smartphones, tablets and wearables, it’s everything that any gadget enthusiast could ever need.

#6: TechnoBuffalo

TechnoBuffalo is one of the most well-connected tech channels on YouTube, with links to some major American news organizations such as CNN, CNBC and Fox Business. The vast majority of its videos are presented by Jon Rettinger, who has come to be one of the most well-respected personalities within tech circles. Wide ranges of products are tackled, including mobile technology, games consoles and televisions, and the videos are presented in a variety of ways, including countdown clips – what an amazing idea that is!

#5: Jonathan Morrison

Some tech reviewers passionately kick against Apple, but not Jonathan Morrison. He’s here to help us get the best out of our iPhone, iPads and iEverything else, all throughout the day. Morrison’s “Tech fast, Lunch & Dinner” provides need to know knowledge, helpful user tips, and it regularly showcases the stranger side of smart technology. Apple products are featured in most videos, but there isn’t any kind of strict “one brand policy.” Morrison tackles all the big players, including Sony, Microsoft, and Samsung, searching for the smartest gadgets on the globe.

#4: LinusTechTips

If you’re more than just a casual computer user, then LinusTechTips could be the perfect channel for you. This guy is real, real serious about his CPUs! He builds them up and breaks them apart, all so that we can tell our motherboards from our monitors. It’s a channel for hardcore gamers too, and anyone with even a passing interest in drone technology. Linus presents his clips at a slightly higher level compared to some other tech experts out there, but once you’re used to the language, this information overload gets really quite addictive.

#3: Austin Evans

Austin Evans sets out to make the tech world a great deal easier to understand for a whole lot of people. He combines an unassuming and honest presentation style with clear and concise tech knowledge for a channel which is simple to follow, and difficult to stop watching. There are tech reviews here, versus battles, and countdown clips – plus Austin often pays homage to more retro tech, for fans of old school consoles and computers. So, everybody get your Gameboys out!

#2: Marques Brownlee

MKBHD is a channel that simply leaves no tech stone unturned. This guy tackles computers, consoles, music, smartphones, wearables, portables, and even cars. Basically, if it’s innovative, inventive, or just plain awesome, then he’s there to talk us through it. Brownlee is especially noted for regularly responding to his viewers, answering their questions and discussing their suggestions. Thanks to that relationship, MKBHD has racked up over 400 million YouTube views ever since it debuted over eight years ago. We’ve heard many complicated tech terms today, but you just can’t argue with numbers like that.


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#1 Unbox Therapy

“What’s up guys, we’ve got our top pick Lou here with another video!” With over 4 million subscribers, Unbox Therapy is the most-subscribed channel to make today’s list – and for good reason. There’s a recognizable structure to almost all the clips here, and that consistency is key to why Unbox Therapy is so effective. Lou nails the balance between tech-speak and simple language, posting several videos a week where he discusses the latest tech innovations and releases. But what makes this guy especially watchable is that his enthusiasm is infectious. He’s like everybody’s gadget-crazed best buddy!

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