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Tom's Hardware Launches in Denmark

Today we're proud to announce that the Tom's Hardware family has grown with the addition of one new country. Now computer enthusiasts and gadget lovers from Denmark can enjoy content that spans processors, motherboards, RAM, video cards, monitors, hard drives, as well as laptops, tablets and other breakthrough technologies.

This marks the second step in Tom's Hardware's venture into the Nordic countries. One year ago, Tom's Hardware expanded into Finland through an ongoing partnership with AfterDawn Oy. Those who are versed in Danish can check out Tom's Hardware Denmark at www.tomshardware.dk.

We're not finished here! We are hard at work on a Norwegian version of Tom's Hardware, so look for that shortly. After that, we'll be hammering away on the launch of a Swedish site. Tom's Hardware Sweden is now recruiting tech-oriented writers to join their Swedish team. If you think you've got what it takes, let Afterdawn know here.

Marcus Yam
Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • goatsetung
    Hmm, great initiative, I think, but don't people in these countries tend to speak good english anyway?
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  • xero141
    How about Klingon?
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  • whysobluepandabear
    goatsetungHmm, great initiative, I think, but don't people in these countries tend to speak good english anyway?Doesn't pretty much every country in Europe teach English?
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  • amigafan
    Cool, just don't spoil it with Denmark version of Tom's guide.
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  • Tyler-767
    google translate anyone?
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  • wildwell
    Yay, a great big welcome to Danish techies.
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  • christop
    Spread out is a good thing!! Go Tomm's
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  • rolli59
    Good news for Danish enthusiasts.
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  • Dark Lord of Tech
    Another member of the family!!!!!!!
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  • lp231
    Learn something today, "Sog" in Denmark means Search :)
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