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EHA announces European Hardware Awards at Computex

The European Hardware Awards is an annual selection of the very best hardware available in the European market and its inaugural presentation will take place on the opening day of Computex 2015 in Taipei.

The awards are chosen by a panel of experts, known as the European Hardware Association.

The European Hardware Association was founded by a group of the largest and most influential independent hardware review sites across the European region. Each member has a massive local audience, strong focus on hardware and an adherence to scientific testing & objective analysis.

The founder members include KitGuru.net, Hardware.Info (The Netherlands), Hardwareluxx (Germany), Cowcotland (France), Hardware Upgrade (Italy), Hispazone (Spain), PurePC.pl (Poland) and Lab 501 (Romania).

Together, these sites:-

  • Host over 20 million visits a month
  • Attract almost half a million followers on Facebook
  • Have published over 100,000 articles
  • Have completed millions of individual, scientific tests on hardware going back many years


The European Hardware Association has unparalleled knowledge of the IT market and is uniquely positioned to nominate and present the European Hardware Awards.

The European Hardware Association members are committed to establishing these awards as the premium recognition for exceptional hardware being sold in the European Union – something that consumers across the region will come to look for as a marque of trust.

The extensive evaluation and voting process takes place throughout May, with the winners being announced during a special presentation at the Taipei International Convention on 2nd June 2015.

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KitGuru says: We will keep you up to date on the nominees, event and winners. You can find out more about these awards over on the EHA web site.

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