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As their millions of viewers will tell you, these 20 tech influencers are the best in the biz. Each YouTube channel garners a large audience to dispel tips, reviews, tutorials, and more. Whether you want to learn more about your new tech device or see someone smash a phone to smithereens, look no further. The world of technology moves fast, and these influencers have you covered on anything it can throw your way.
Top 20 Tech Influencers You Should Subscribe to on YouTube
By Garrett Gile
With his huge follower base, Lewis Hilsenteger has a large audience as he unwraps the newest tech products and reviews them. His channel, Unbox Therapy, gives people a look onto the front line of the tech world and allows them to see new devices. He has worked with a variety of high profile brands like Intel, Microsoft, XFINITY, Canon, and more.
Run by Canadian tech enthusiast Linus Sebastian, Linus Tech Tips has gained a large following. He unboxes and reviews computer hardware while offering helpful insight into the product. He also gives general tips on tech and guides viewers through tech concepts.
Called “the best technology reviewer on the planet” by Google, Marques Brownlee is a trusted name among technology experts. He has built a reputation by making videos explaining all aspects of tech. He is notoriously picky about what brands he associates with, but he has worked with Apple and LG in the past.
TechRax is run by Ukrainian influencer Taras Maksimuk. The channel mostly shows the destruction of new tech products, the bulk of which are cell phones from either Apple or Samsung. He also performs drop tests on the channel, allowing viewers to see firsthand the durability of each tech product.
One of the most popular tech vloggers in the world, Austin Evans provides detailed reviews of all kinds of tech products, from phones to computers to gaming consoles. He has achieved consistently high views with his knowledge of a variety of different types of products. His success has caught the eye of some top brands, and he has worked with Tesla, Audible, LastPass, HP, Amazon, and more.
Jonathan Morrison finds unconventional ways to grab attention in tech circles. His deep understanding of technology lets him experiment with it in interesting ways, like charging an iPhone with fire, to name one example. His channel has a huge following of dedicated viewers, and he has worked with brands like XFINITY and AT&T.
Run by Judner Aura, UrAvgConsumer markets itself as being accessible to (you guessed it) the average consumer. The channel showcases products across a large price range, from small items to large, expensive purchases. Aura has gathered a big following who eagerly await his tests of new products. He has worked on campaigns with ColorWare and Microsoft, among others.
This channel deals mainly with cameras and lenses. Much of the equipment is high-end, so the audience tends to be more affluent and knowledgeable about the intricacies of photography than more traditional tech influencer pages. The videos present reviews in a fun, light way, making it entertaining and informative at the same time.
Techsource has gained fame for its gaming PC reviews. Its founder, Edgar Oganesyan, also lets viewers know about the best tech deals each week, helping them find the best way to shop for new products. He has worked with companies like LG and Soylent.
Jon Rettinger, the man behind TechnoBuffalo, found a way to turn himself into one of the premier technology vloggers on YouTube. He marketed himself and his personality into a large following base, which has given him the opportunity to work with Lenovo and Qualcomm.
Featuring host Michael Kukielka, this channel shows off new tech products from all sorts of different companies. Anything from drones to tablets is fair game, giving viewers a varied look at the tech world. The channel has worked with LG previously.
Safwan Ahmedmia is a British technology vlogger that is one of the most influential in the UK. He reviews and showcases a variety of new products, like phones, FitBits, GoPros, and more. Many top companies have wanted to work with him, and he has formed partnerships with brands like Google and Fiat.
This YouTube influencer, who refers to himself as ICU, features tech news, reviews, and rumors about Apple product development. While he is primarily focused on Apple devices, he also frequently brings on competitors’ products to compare them.
Erica Griffin has consistently built a following for her tech vlogs since graduating from UCSD. Her fun personality always shows through in her videos, creating an easy, light-hearted approach to tech influencing.
Ty Moss, the figure behind TysiPhoneHelp, makes videos to easily guide viewers along with any problem they could be having with their Apple devices. He provides help and reviews for products from iPhones to MacBook Pros. He also reviews products from Apple’s competitors.
One of the rising stars in the tech social world, Sara Dietschy makes videos of all kinds. She talks about news and rumors but also makes in-depth reviews of products with tips on how to navigate each new device. She collaborates with other tech influencers like Austin Evans and Marques Brownlee, and she works with brands like Intel and Trello.
On this page, Chris Pirillo channels his inner nerd in his daily videos about tech. He reviews smartphones and tablets, but talks openly about his opinions on them, giving his page authenticity and connecting with viewers.
Kevin Nether showcases his immense technological tech knowledge on this channel. He makes reviews, unlocking tutorials, and teaches viewers how to use various programs. He works with top brands like Android on his product reviews.
This page caters to newbies in the tech community and provides a wealth of knowledge on technology in general. There are all kinds of videos, reviews, and tutorials that can be helpful to a new user or an old one who just wants to learn more. The page has an established partnership with Amazon.
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Also, check out our previous list of the top 10 tech influencers on YouTube.