The Best Tech Reviewers On YouTube

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Technology is constantly evolving, and the people behind the best YouTube tech channels are often the first people to inform users about important updates for computers, tablets, and new inventions. These channels produce some of the best tech videos on the Internet. With so many YouTubers creating good tech videos on a weekly basis, there's bound to be a little something for everyone.

Featuring smartphone reviews, trending electronics accesories, and new tech products, this list of the most popular tech channels has it all. YouTube allows for more creativity and originality from its video creators than some of the televised tech shows out there. Top tech channels on YouTube include UrAvgConsumer, Marques Brownlee, CrazyRussianHacker, LinusTechTips, Austin Evans, Jonathan Morrison, and DetroitBORG.

Vote for your favorite YouTube tech channels below, and be sure to add any to the list that may have been left out. 

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  • Marques Brownlee
    1,533 votes
    Marques Brownlee, also known by his show name, MKBHD, is an American YouTuber, best known for his technology-focused videos. The channel, whose name is a concatenation of MKB (Brownlee's initials) and HD (for High Definition), has over 5.6 million subscribers and over 745 million total video views. In August 2013, Vic Gundotra, former Senior Vice President, Social for Google, called Brownlee "the best technology reviewer on the planet right now". During one of the 2016 Democratic presidential primary debates that was cosponsored by YouTube, Brownlee asked the candidates, by video, whether tech companies and the government can find a middle ground over encryption while considering rights to privacy and national security.
  • Mrwhosetheboss
    Arun Maini (born October 24, 1995) is an English tech guru who is widely known for his Mrwhosetheboss YouTube channel's content. He has gained popularity there for his tech reviews, advice and personal testimonials for all brands of smartphones, cameras, and gaming set-ups. He began posting to his YouTube channel at the age of 15, determined to become the largest tech channel in the UK. He has studied economics at the University of Warwick.
  • LinusTechTips


    1,329 votes
    Linus Gabriel Sebastian (born August 20, 1986) is a Canadian YouTube personality, presenter, producer, and founder of Linus Media Group. He is best known for creating and hosting three technology-oriented YouTube channels Linus Tech Tips, Techquickie and Channel Super Fun which have a combined subscriber base of over 7 million. From 2007 to 2015, he had also been a regular presenter of technology videos for the Canadian computer retailer NCIX. In 2015, Inc. magazine ranked Sebastian 4th in a list of the "Top 30 Power Players in Tech". As of November 2017, Linus Tech Tips is ranked the 8th most watched Science and Technology channel on YouTube. In 2014, Tubefilter named the channel as being within the "top 1% of Google's preferred advertising channels" on YouTube for the technology category.
  • Dave Lee

    Dave Lee

    737 votes
    Dave Lee (born October 31, 1980) is a Canadian YouTube tech guru who is widely known for his Dave2D channel. He has earned more than 149 million views there for his wide range of tech reviews, comparisons, and advice. He has amassed more than 1.1 million subscribers to his YouTube channel.
  • Zack Nelson (born June 29, 1988) is a YouTube tech reviewer who is widely known for his JerryRigEverything channel's content. He has gained popularity there for his intricate technology reviews, including for smartphones, watches, and apps. He has amassed more than 1.6 million subscribers to his YouTube channel since its beginning. One of his most popular videos there, "iPhone 7 Scratch test - BEND TEST - Durability video!," has earned more than 10 million views.
  • Unbox Therapy

    Unbox Therapy

    1,018 votes
    Lewis Hilsenteger (born May 5, 1984) is a Canadian YouTube tech guru who founded and hosted the channel Unbox Therapy which has earned over 10 million subscribers. He has another popular channel called More Top 5 where he posts Top 5 lists for more than 350,000 subscribers. He attended the Toronto School of Art where he studied digital arts, photography, and video editing.