With how much technology changes and evolves, it can be tough to keep up with it all. How do we go about figuring out what the latest and greatest tech is when there are so many different options? Will this be obsolete in a year? Is it worth my money? Is this piece of tech easy to pick up if I’m not particularly tech-savvy? These are all important questions to ask, especially if you’re not knowledgeable on the subject. One great way to learn about tech and get lots of different opinions on the latest tech is by watching YouTube videos. There are countless YouTube channels out there that are dedicated to discussing the latest and greatest technological advancements and letting you know if a piece of tech is worth your time. Here are a few of the best tech-related YouTube channels.
Marques Brownlee created his Youtube Channel over a decade ago and is now one of the biggest names in tech on the platform. On his channel, you’ll find a variety of tech-related content such as unboxings, reviews, and just general discussion about all of the different tech that’s constantly emerging on the market today.
First featured on Tosh.0 back in 2007, Justine Ezarik is easily one of the most successful and recognizable names in tech on YouTube. Justine is a true technology lover and discusses pretty much anything and everything in the field. Her videos are rather easy-going, making them very digestible for anyone watching, even the most amateur of tech enthusiasts. Her channel features unboxing videos, reviews, and plenty of laughs as she tries to make her content as relatable as possible while still getting into the nitty gritty of what makes technology so amazing.
If you’re like me, one of the best aspects of any new tech is getting to unbox it. It’s almost like a ritual, and it can make you feel like a little kid opening up a birthday gift. That feeling is what Unbox Therapy is all about, giving you the excitement of opening up a new piece of tech without actually having to buy it yourself. The hosts of the channel tend to review the things they unbox and you’ll typically see more common pieces of tech such as laptops or graphics cards. Every once in a while you’ll find some weird piece of tech you’ve never heard of though, such as an unspillable cup.
Austin uploaded his first video back in 2009 and since then he’s become one of the biggest names in the industry. The video that really put him on the map was when he recorded a speed test between the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the iPhone 5 that was featured on Mashable and gained well over 100,000 views within its first day being live. On Austin’s channel, you’ll find all sorts of reviews covering topics such as smartphones, gaming PCs, and so much more.