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EHA Community Awards 2021 – Winners Announced

Every market has elite users. The hardcore enthusiasts, early adopters and influencers who really understand the subject and have a deep knowledge of the products and manufacturers. That audience reads EHA member publications for unbiased, expert, in-depth technical analysis. As a result, no other awards represents the opinion of the European PC expert community in quite the same way as the EHA Community Awards. Whatever technology you are thinking of buying, it’s well worth you adding in the winners below to your short-list, before you decide!

Reaching well over 20 million technology buyers, no other survey comes close to capturing the collective wisdom of the people when it comes to the deciding the ‘Best of the Best’ in the technology sector. The community itself has been built over many, many years through the hard work and dedication of the various EHA member publications. Hundreds of thousands of expert articles, backed up by millions of individual tests, have been written and published by:-

  • Tweakers (NL)
  • io-Tech (Nordics)
  • HardwareLuxx (Germany)
  • Lab 501 (Romania)
  • PurePC (Poland)
  • GEEKNETIC (Spain)
  • Cowcotland (France)
  • Hardware Upgrade (Italy)
  • KitGuru (UK)

As well as showcasing the best hardware being sold in Europe today, the EHA Community Awards 2021 also help provide the editorial teams of the EHA member publications with ‘deep data’ about what the market is thinking. Understanding what our community believes to be important, is vital when it comes to ensuring we continue to deliver the news, reviews and articles that they most want to read.

You will find the complete list of winners below.

The results are in – the WHOLE of Europe has spoken!

KitGuru Says: The results are in… Thanks to all who took part in our survey!

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