Top 10 Best Tech YouTubers
VOICE OVER: Callum Janes
Looking for tech advice? These guys have got you covered. For this list, we'll be looking at the best, most influential, or most creative Tech Youtubers. Our countdown includes Jonathan Rettinger, Judner Aura, Marques Brownlee, and more!
Top 10 Tech YouTubers
Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Tech YouTubers.
For this list, we’ll be looking at the best, most influential, or most creative Tech Youtubers. We’ll be excluding companies and major publications.
Who’s your favorite Tech Youtuber? Any we missed? Let us know in the comments!
#10: Taras Kulakov
This Russian Youtuber has a long history on the platform. His oldest video as CrazyRussianHacker, which is his 3rd YouTube channel, was uploaded in 2012, back when the creator was focused on tricks, experiments, and challenges. He soon shifted completely into product review, and you’ll be glad he did. If you’re looking for bingeable gadget box openings that quickly get into the nitty-gritty, CrazyRussianHacker is for you. His videos do exactly what they say in the title, listing several products he’s going to try out. Sure enough, he proceeds to use them without any preamble, fancy shots, or needless filler. The videos are worth every second of your time and are hard to turn off.
#9: Jonathan Rettinger
Jon is a veteran on the platform, uploading tech content since 2007, and he’s only gotten better with age. His content primarily focuses on high-ticket tech, including the latest phones and electric cars. His discussions are well-researched and friendly, while his videos are very polished. He knows what he’s talking about, is actively connected to the industry, and has appeared as a commentator on CNBC. He originally went under the name TechnoBuffalo, which he expanded into a website, but that was eventually sold to the brand Mobile Nations. Now he mostly focuses on his own YouTube channel, which delivers sleek electronic content every week.
#8: Justine Ezarik
If you’ve been on YouTube for a while, you’ll know who IJustine is. The eldest Ezarik sister gained notoriety after she shared her 300-page iPhone bill once she switched to AT&T. After a long career of vlogging, she made a significant turn to the unboxing side of YouTube, where she soon expanded her following. Ezarik’s playful and informative videos give you plenty of gadgets to add to your wishlist. She was listed as one of the Top 10 Tech Influencers by Forbes in 2017 and is still producing content focused on the latest tech releases today.
#7: Sara Dietschy
Bringing together her experience in filmmaking and technology, Sara Dietschy produces high-quality, informative and inviting content. She covers industry news, filmmaking tips and the latest gadgets. Dietschy balances professionalism with a casual presentation, making you feel right at home as she dives deep into each topic. Not only is she a charismatic tech reviewer, but she also hosts “That Creative Life”, a podcast that sees Dietschy interviewing various artists and creative professionals. She is a fantastic addition to anyone’s subscriptions.
#6: Arun Maini
Arun Maini has been captivating audiences since 2011 with his smooth, relaxing voice and charming character. His channel hosts a lot of discussions regarding the difference between modern phone brands, and the shocking advancements of consumer tech. Maini prides himself on his content being refined and informative, and he does it with a combination of well-put-together visuals and great audio. Each of his videos are extensive, but they’re just a lot of fun to watch. He’s come a long way since his start on YouTube, and his content is a must-have on your watchlist.
#5: Judner Aura
Judner is a man of people. Just like his username says, he tries to tackle tech in a way that’s easy to understand and relatable. He doesn’t just cover new laptops and tech accessories, but also tests out work-from-home set ups, smart nurseries,and everyday essentials. With his YouTube fame, he can likely get his hands on products that most of us would have to save up for, but he still hasn’t strayed away from his consumer-focused videos, where he asks the questions we all want to hear answered. There’s been a huge improvement in the production quality of his videos over the years, so you’ll definitely want to check his reviews out before you invest in something.
#4: Lewis Hilsenteger
Showing off every kind of device to his millions of subscribers, Unbox Therapy has it all. A $4 smartphone, gaming massage chairs, and even a stun gun iPhone Case—his content can get ridiculous, but is always entertaining. Lewis also likes to showcase the latest and greatest developments, stuff that sometimes has ridiculously powerful specs. But he always has a laugh or two along the way, and the team that has been built around him are as much characters on his channel as he is. Lewis has remained one of the most recognizable and consistent tech unboxing channels on Youtube for a reason, and he’ll undoubtedly end up on your suggested list at some point.
#3: Austin Evans
Evans stands out because of his infectious energy and creative concepts. The thumbnails alone are quite something, but when you start watching, you get genuinely engaging, experimental, and often educational videos. He’ll show you how to build a gaming PC, sure, but he’ll also show you how to waste $340 on Amazon. His best work usually consists of mystery tech unboxings, or when he compares Broke Vs Pro purchasing options for gaming setups. His videos are incredibly enjoyable to watch and we sincerely look forward to seeing more from him in the future.
#2: Linus Sebastian
Linus Tech Tips
The group behind the Linus Media Group are content-creating machines, posting 17 videos across 5 different channels every week. But Linus, the founder, has been making videos since 2007, bringing us tutorials, discussions, and breakdowns of new and old tech—mostly focusing on computers. Linus is one of the greatest tech YouTubers of all time because he’s pretty much got a video for everything you could imagine. His catalog is vast, and if you wanna set something up, he’s usually got a video to help. Whether it be Overclocking your PC, reviewing graphics cards, building Minecraft servers, or accidentally setting their office on fire, Linus is bound to pop up in your YouTube recommendations eventually.
Before we unveil our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions.
Filip Koroy, EverythingApplePro
Reviewing & Testing the Latest Apple Products in the Most Ridiculous Ways
Keaton Keller, TechSmartt
Shocking Reveals on New & Bargain Gadgets
Jenna Ezarik, Jenna Ezarik
iJustine’s Sister Jenna Also Makes Tech Videos & Has Collaborated with Justine
#1: Marques Brownlee
Marques has been called “The best technology reviewer on the planet” and for good reason. He provides comprehensive, educational, exceptional videos and has a history of interviewing big names like Elon Musk, Bill Gates, even late NBA basketball legend Kobe Bryant! His presence is calming and delightful; you’ll never feel out of depth no matter how complicated the subject gets. Brownlee was a small YouTtuber who started out giving his opinion on products he already possessed, and now companies covet his annual Smartphone Awards. He’s not just a fantastic Tech Youtuber, but also seems like a great guy who we can all relate to.