YouTube is a pretty big world, since its launch in 2005 it
references more and more channels related to computers. The platform
offers remuneration to content creators, some of them even upload videos
as their main job, offering fairly intuitive videos. That's why I propose,
in this first edition, 5 YouTube channels to follow if you are interested
in High Tech / Hardware.
The first channel on our list is Linus Tech Tips, from its creator
Linus Sebastian, it now has more than 6.5 million subscribers. Joined
November 24, 2008 with nearly 2 billion views in total, it offers a wide
variety of content, ranging from computer component reviews to projects
like "1 PC for 7 Players". This English group will allow you to learn
unusual tricks and to be kept up to date on the advanced Hardware and High
Tech. Composed of 18 people, you will not be surprised to find videos
Link : https://www.youtube.com/user/LinusTechTips
Let's continue with JayzTwoCents, created by Jason Langevin in
August 2012 in the same style as Linus Tech Tips. This creator uploads
Vlogs, comparative videos but also tips in terms of hardware. What
prompted Jason Langevin to create this channel is his passion for
computing, at 10 years he already began to assemble computers and finally
found himself a PC and Networks consultant at the age of 16 years. His
channel now has more than 1.5 million subscribers for 245 million views in
Link : https://www.youtube.com/user/Jayztwocents
Bitwit of his real name Kyle Hansen is also a High Tech Youtuber a
little less known. After registering in October 2012 on the platform, he
makes podcasts around hardware in his show "Awesome Hardware" but also
guide videos on computer montages and entertaining videos. Known before as
the Awesomesauce Network, his channel now lists more than 1.1 million
subscribers for 155 million views in total.
Link : https://www.youtube.com/user/AwesomeSauceNews
This is the first French channel on our list so don't be afraid to
turn on subtitles. Founded in March 2010 and animated by a certain Fabien,
what makes his content original is the fact that he goes as far as
disassembling components to analyze their layout. High Tech magazines are
also featured on his channel, as well as educational videos. Concerning
the statistics it gathers more than 125 000 subscribers for 26 million
views in total.
Link : https://www.youtube.com/user/ElectronikHeart
And to conclude this first edition, I present the PP World channel,
held by French High Tech journalist Patrick-Pierre Garcia. Started in
September 2015 you will find reports, tests, vlogs and good mood.
Patrick-Pierre Garcia is also a journalist for 01Net TV, famous website
referencing high tech news, tests and downloads. The dynamism of his
channel brought him a little more than 100,000 subscribers for a total of
8 million views.
Link : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPQsSFJurluaMOG1qL0Y7sA
Here are 5 High Tech channels that you should not hesitate to
follow, hoping that I made you discover them. We will meet again in a
second edition where I'll propose other channels worth to discover.