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Tech YouTubers who you follow?

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Tech YouTubers who you follow?

Just curious - are there any Tech YouTubers that you follow? Unbox Therapy? Dave2D? MKBD? They all have different styles but I enjoy them. Sorry - also just trying to build up the number of posts I have on here.
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LTT or Linus Tech Tips. He's not always correct about everything but infallibility is not an issue as much as how people handle when they are eventually wrong about something.
I also watch Phil's Computer Lab, RandomGaminginHD, LGR, or basically people who often cover older tech. I'm not really a fan of traditional unboxing in general, but it has its place in some cases. To me its like when my kids watch a video of a man playing a video game and screeching about it, as opposed to just playing it themselves.
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LTT and Mrwhosetheboss
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LGR and The 8 bit Guy
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LTT, Jayz2cents, Gamers Nexus, Hardware Unboxed.

For phones, Mr. Mobile, MKBHD, Flossy Carter, Jerryrigeverything (though his suckup to Oneplus soured me). I Don’t support Unbox Therapy after the Latercase/PITAKA thing.
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Ogata wrote: LGR and The 8 bit Guy
Same. These are the only tech channels I really "follow".

I'm subscribed to a bunch more channels like LTT but only pay attention if I'm looking to buy something.
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No one, if I need to look up something/research a purchase, I'll look at various places to make a hopefully informed decision...
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I like ETA Prime. Lot of raspberry pi and small computing videos.
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IcarusLSC wrote: No one, if I need to look up something/research a purchase, I'll look at various places to make a hopefully informed decision...
Subscribing to a particular tech Youtuber doesn’t mean we only listen to them for product recommendations.
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Devhux wrote: Subscribing to a particular tech Youtuber doesn’t mean we only listen to them for product recommendations.
I never said it did.
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I follow the usual LTT.. Jayz2centz .. hardwarecanucks... techyescity.. randomgamingHD. I kinda feel like techyescity guy will be my dream job.. a tech youtuber with a used PC side hustle.

Cant get into Gamer's nexus... they're informative.. but just too much.
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coilz wrote: Cant get into Gamer's nexus... they're informative.. but just too much.
For me the guy is WAY to monotone. I just find that he doesn't sound excited when talking about tech.

I've just subbed to some of the new ones mentioned here but I am still trying to find an IT channel that teaches some basics to things. BTNHD was useful for me when learning MDT so I subbed to him.

If I keep up with general consumer tech like phones, CPU launches, I will watch hardware canucks, MKBHD, mrwhosetheboss, sometimes LTT. Recently found Optimum tech to be a nice channel and been watching a little more jayztwocents.
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I watch LTT for the lulz.

I like LGR and 8-bit Guy simply because they deal with computer tech which reminds me of my childhood.
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Gamernexus and Hardwareunboxed for CPU/mobo reviews and news. I'd rather read stuff but the now put videos before publishing articles. Some times LTT. Jayz2c is literally useless/fluff content 80% of the time I find, I don't care about water-cooling content. Hardwarecanuck for case reviews which is rare.
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Zero1 wrote: For me the guy is WAY to monotone. I just find that he doesn't sound excited when talking about tech.

I've just subbed to some of the new ones mentioned here but I am still trying to find an IT channel that teaches some basics to things. BTNHD was useful for me when learning MDT so I subbed to him.

If I keep up with general consumer tech like phones, CPU launches, I will watch hardware canucks, MKBHD, mrwhosetheboss, sometimes LTT. Recently found Optimum tech to be a nice channel and been watching a little more jayztwocents.

Yeah Gamers nexus guy is wayyy to monotone.. or whiny tone. If you turn playback speed up to 1.5X or higher its better. and also +1 on Optimum tech, started watching some of his stuff recently too.
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Linus Tech Tips/Techquickie/ShortCircuit - General Tech stuff
Hardware Unboxed - Detailed CPU and GPU reviews
Digital Foundry - Detailed gaming performance reviews
Technology Connections - Detailed look into specific tech topics
Techmoan - Detailed look into various tech items, old and new
LGR - Vintage hardware and software
Tom Scott - Random topics
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AndyLH88 wrote: Linus Tech Tips/Techquickie/ShortCircuit - General Tech stuff
Hardware Unboxed - Detailed CPU and GPU reviews
Digital Foundry - Detailed gaming performance reviews
Technology Connections - Detailed look into specific tech topics
Techmoan - Detailed look into various tech items, old and new
LGR - Vintage hardware and software
Tom Scott - Random topics
I could have also listed pretty much all of these. Special note to Technology Connections and Techmoan as they are ones I would actually click the bell notification for so I can see when a new video is posted immediately.

Fun fact with Technology Connections: he often has fun with the subtitles during the blooper reel.
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Channels I follow, from best to OK

LTT : Reviews and entertaining stuff
MKBHD : smartphones
Dave2D: Notebooks
Snazzy labs: Apple stuff
Serve the home: Networking
Hardwares Canucks: Computers Cases
L1tech: Linux + hardware
Austin Evans: Entertaining
Gamers Nexus: Hardcore tech details
Jays2cents: Watercooling

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