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Meet The Editors Of Tom's Hardware (And Their Technology)

Meet The Editors Of Tom's Hardware (And Their Technology)
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What Hardware Does Tom's Hardware Use?

Roughly one year ago, during an editorial meeting between the heads of our U.S., German, French, and Italian offices, we decided it'd be fun to share a bit about the technology we all used around our offices. The more we discussed, the more we realized that our readers might be surprised to learn that testing and writing about the latest and greatest doesn't always mean getting to use the best hardware on a daily basis.

We invite you to learn more about some of the Tom's Hardware editors you already know, and others around the globe that you might not recognize. We don't have room to include everyone, but let's have a look at the desktops, networks, and mobile devices from one representative in each country!

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    Uberragen21 , October 5, 2012 5:42 AM
    But do they know how to proof read before posting?
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    army_ant7 , October 5, 2012 6:14 AM
    I think I'm turning gay! :lol:  But seriously, I admire these guys! Chris and Don, many thanks! You have my great appreciation and a lot of the members here at TH shouldn't take you guys for granted. Looking forward to more cool reviews!
    I'd also like to thank every other editor (or anyone who contributes to the articles) whether they're listed in this pic article or not! LONG LIVE TOM'S HARDWARE!

    (BTW, for some odd reason, I thought you were German, Don. Sorry about that. :p )
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    amuffin , October 5, 2012 5:59 AM
    Uberragen21But do they know how to proof read before posting?

    ahahaha....AHAHAHAHAHAAH!!!!
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    ksampanna , October 5, 2012 5:25 AM
    Somehow, i feel pretty proud of my i7 920
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    Uberragen21 , October 5, 2012 5:42 AM
    But do they know how to proof read before posting?
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    amuffin , October 5, 2012 5:59 AM
    Uberragen21But do they know how to proof read before posting?

    ahahaha....AHAHAHAHAHAAH!!!!
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    army_ant7 , October 5, 2012 6:14 AM
    I think I'm turning gay! :lol:  But seriously, I admire these guys! Chris and Don, many thanks! You have my great appreciation and a lot of the members here at TH shouldn't take you guys for granted. Looking forward to more cool reviews!
    I'd also like to thank every other editor (or anyone who contributes to the articles) whether they're listed in this pic article or not! LONG LIVE TOM'S HARDWARE!

    (BTW, for some odd reason, I thought you were German, Don. Sorry about that. :p )
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    cangelini , October 5, 2012 6:22 AM
    Uberragen21But do they know how to proof read before posting?

    I challenge you to track down errors in our feature content. I spend all day most days proofreading ;-)
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    cangelini , October 5, 2012 6:26 AM
    army_ant7I think I'm turning gay! But seriously, I admire these guys! Chris and Don, many thanks! You have my great appreciation and a lot of the members here at TH shouldn't take you guys for granted. Looking forward to more cool reviews!I'd also like to thank every other editor (or anyone who contributes to the articles) whether they're listed in this pic article or not! LONG LIVE TOM'S HARDWARE!(BTW, for some odd reason, I thought you were German, Don. Sorry about that. )

    I'm sincerely glad you enjoy the work we do. :) 
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    dudewitbow , October 5, 2012 6:35 AM
    majudhuno doubt about apple marketing here



    I would think the editors needed something thin and light to carry around. before the advent of ultrabooks and sleekbooks, there arent many choices for extremely thin strong laptops(disregarding cost as a factor). Albeit I was never a fan of apple pricing, their engineers are really good at making the laptops thin and efficient heat wise. The thin counterpart to a macbook on windows would be the razor blade, but that thing is even more expensive than a mac. It also doesn't hurt to use a unix based operating system as a mobile unit.
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    mayankleoboy1 , October 5, 2012 6:38 AM
    Great read! Been waiting for an article like this for a loong time.

    No love for Andrew Ku and Crashman ? they do ~ 50% of the articles
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    cangelini , October 5, 2012 6:39 AM
    Consider also that I have a Lenovo Carbon here in the lab, which is badass, aside from the touchpad, but also more expensive than an Air.
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    cangelini , October 5, 2012 6:44 AM
    mayankleoboy1Great read! Been waiting for an article like this for a loong time.No love for Andrew Ku and Crashman ? they do ~ 50% of the articles

    Those two are camera-shy. If folks like this one, though, we have a ton more editorial guys around the world. We just have to trick them into participating.
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    sarinaide , October 5, 2012 6:58 AM
    Do we get a featured user segment to or member interview segment.
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    amuffin , October 5, 2012 7:04 AM
    I really like how you guys take in user feedback for future articles. BTW Chris, I posted on the FB page about the updated watercooling stuff..... :) 
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    greghome , October 5, 2012 7:06 AM
    AH!!!!! the horror.....they all have a Mac..... *scared face*

    but seriously though, what about Jane? Pink casing with Pink motherboard? :lol: 
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    cangelini , October 5, 2012 7:13 AM
    sarinaideDo we get a featured user segment to or member interview segment.

    I shout-out readers all of the time in stories when they help figure something out or ask questions that lead to new lines of testing and stuff.
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    cangelini , October 5, 2012 7:14 AM
    amuffinI really like how you guys take in user feedback for future articles. BTW Chris, I posted on the FB page about the updated watercooling stuff.....

    Awesome--passed those messages to Thomas so we could get a story planned! Thanks for that feedback!
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    sarinaide , October 5, 2012 7:21 AM
    cangeliniI shout-out readers all of the time in stories when they help figure something out or ask questions that lead to new lines of testing and stuff.


    Its a thankless job and one that I am grateful others do for me, I used to freelance test and well the manhours needed while its a good job or hobby consumes a lot of time and resources. I know many and possibly myself have been at times hypercritical, but ultimately the work done here is of a standard I appreciate and I am sure many others do.
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    amuffin , October 5, 2012 7:23 AM
    cangeliniAwesome--passed those messages to Thomas so we could get a story planned! Thanks for that feedback!

    And that's why I love THG :love: 

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    blackmagnum , October 5, 2012 8:16 AM
    Russia: Stanislav Vasiliev has the most impressive rig!
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    army_ant7 , October 5, 2012 8:31 AM
    Quote:
    Russia: Stanislav Vasiliev has the most impressive rig!

    I had the same thoughts though not totally (depending on how you look at it, like from a gaming perspective) but definitely price-wise. There was someone with a GTX 680 (Don maybe, sorry, just about to go to sleep so I feel to lazy to check). Now add that in then you have icing on the cake. :D 
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    bustapr , October 5, 2012 11:54 AM
    damn don, never thought Id see someone replace a 7970 oc with a 680. itd be understandable if it was free, but damn, is the switch worth it?
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