Passionate about tech and media production, we're a group of hardware geeks.

GeekaWhat was originally started as a hobby YouTube channel in 2013, by channel host James Cousins. The channel grew quickly, all with the aim of making technology and PC hardware more accessible. In the last 2 years GeekaWhat has gone from strength to strength, growing from 150,000 views per month on YouTube to more than 1million. 

Since mid-2020, James has built out a team of PC gaming and hardware geeks, determined to cover the latest and greatest tech. Dan Maxwell and Harry Coleman were two of the first in, helping to supercharge the output over on the GeekaWhat channel. Then, in November of 2021, Steve jumped onto the Geeka Media ship with more than 10 years of video production experience. Most recently we've also added a full-time writer, a number of freelance writers and a social media manager to our roster to deliver more of the content you love.

We're passionate about creating the best, organic content.

We work with brands and retailers alike to make our content possible, but we'll always stay true to our audience. This means providing honest thoughts and product recommendations, and never endorsing goods or services we don't see as providing value to our audience.

As part of our editorial promise, we'll never take money or other compensation from a brand in exchange for our recommendations. Any sponsored content will be clearly displayed as such - something agreed to by all our brand partners in advance of partnership discussions. We're proud to work with some of the best brands in technology, but our opinions will always remain our own. To learn more, read out editorial promise below.


Meet Our Team

GeekaWhat is only as good as the people who drive it forward. We're proud to be a team of tech-heads and gamers at heart - it's in our culture.  Learn more about our team below! Gaming is basically a right of passage here.

James Cousins

Founder & MD

Dan Maxwell

Video Editor & Motion Graphics

Harry Coleman

Operations & Account Manager

Steve Richards

Video Editor

Jay Harris

Technical Writer (PC Hardware)

Aled Wheeler

Writer & Social Media Manager

Zane Oliver

Writer & Website Administrator

Our editorial promise.

To make our content possible, we collaborate with brands across the tech and gaming industry. We may also earn a commission when you shop through links on this site.

We will never take payments from a brand in exchange for product recommendations, nor shift our editorial direction at the instruction of a partner. Any advertorial content (in written form, or video-form on our YouTube channel), will be clearly disclosed as such. We also look to limit paid partners to ones that align with our values, and the content we see value in our audience consuming. 

Our content only has value to our audience (and brands for that matter), if it remains honest and trustworthy. It's for this reason our editing team have no oversight on the sales side of our business, and who our paid partners are month-to-month.

The Latest Content from Team GeekaWhat

Cases Reviews

Corsair 6500X PC Case Review

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Cases Reviews

Corsair 2500X PC Case Review

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Cases Reviews

MSI MAG PANO M100R PZ Case Review

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Monitors Reviews

MSI MAG 275CQRXF Gaming Monitor Review

MSI’s MAG 275CQRXF is the latest 1440p gaming monitor to dial up the refresh rate to 240Hz, allowing those building.

Cases Reviews

Thermaltake The Tower 300 Case Review

The Thermaltake Tower 300 is a unique PC case that allows for a virtually unparalleled view into your PC build,.

Graphics Cards Reviews

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The AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT is the fourth modern GPU to join the seemingly never-ending list of new graphics.

Buyers Guides Graphics Cards

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Buyers Guides RAM

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Keyboards Reviews

Corsair K65 Plus Wireless Review

Corsair’s K65 Plus Wireless is a highly functional 75% keyboard. It features a sleek and stealthy black chassis, hot swappable.

Monitors Reviews

Thermaltake TGM-V32CQ Gaming Monitor Review

Thermaltake’s TGM-V32CQ is a 32″ gaming monitor that aims to provide a well-balanced combination of visual fidelity and performance. This.

Keyboards Reviews

Corsair K55 Core RGB Review – A Solid Budget Option!

The K55 Core RGB is a budget gaming keyboard from Corsair that focuses on providing a well-rounded typing and gaming.