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European Hardware Awards – Winners Announced!

In the aptly named Mega Room on the 8th floor of the W Hotel in Central Taipei, the European Hardware Awards 2018 became our largest event to date, by some margin. With almost 200 of the industry’s most important people in the room, the EHA presented not only the EHA Awards 2018, but also the results of the largest survey of its kind, into the hardware buying intentions of more than 23,000 enthusiasts and influencers from across Europe.

Nominations for this year’s European Hardware Awards began in April and, in the weeks that followed, more than 100 of the most experienced editors in the world voted on which products they believed to be the ‘Best of the Best’ for 2018.

The European Hardware Association was formed almost 4 years ago and it has developed ever since. Alongside Hardware Upgrade from Italy, Geeknetic from Spain and PurePC from Poland, our membership also includes HardwareLuxx from Germany, Hardware.Info from the Benelux region, Lab501 from Romania, CowCotLand from France, SweClockers representing the Nordic countries and – of course – KitGuru from the United Kingdom.

Together, our editors have published more than 200,000 articles – which means that the EHA is uniquely positioned to judge the best hardware products on sale and to create large-scale, innovative research campaigns.

The European Hardware Awards finalists were revealed on 2nd May and, today, we’re proud to announce the winners!

KitGuru says: the results are in – we have the best products of the year. Thanks to everyone who took part in our survey as well!

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