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European Hardware Awards 2022 – Winners Announced!

With over 100 of the world's leading technology journalists voting for their favourite products of the year, the European Hardware Awards is a truly unique event. As the virtual ceremony for our 8th annual awards is broadcast to the world, we're proud to announce this year's winners. Alongside the awards themselves, we have also completed work on the EHA Pan-European Hardware Purchase Intention Survey for 2022/2023.

The European Hardware Awards 2022 began with a meeting of the members, to decide on nominations. We then completed a full analysis of the products that had been launched, tested and rated by experts working for members of the European Hardware Association. The initial list was reduced to a list of deserving finalists, which you can see HERE. After the final votes were counted and checked, the awards themselves were produced and the winners announced on Monday 23rd May 2022.

Since their inception, the member publications of the European Hardware Association have together produced well over half a million articles. The individual tests required to create those articles, number in the millions. It's that wealth of experience that makes the EHA uniquely qualified to judge the vest best hardware on sale in Europe and to develop intuitive, large-scale research campaigns that yield genuine insight into the market.

As of May 2022, the members include KitGuru from the UK, HardwareLuxx from Germany, Geeknetic from Spain, Tweakers from the Netherlands, PurePC from Poland, io-tech from the Nordics, Hardware Upgrade from Italy, CowCotLand from France and Lab 501 from Romania.

Now that the extensive consideration, nomination and voting phases are over: It's time to announce this year's winners!  You can click on the images for more info.












































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