DVHARDWARE - The making of
The very first iteration of DVHARDWARE dates back to July 2002. Almost two decades ago now -- amazing how fast time flies by. At first, the site was called DarkVision - it was all in Dutch and we published general news, tech news, and even some sports news. DVHARDWARE started in Dutch because the site is based in Flanders, the Dutch-speaking region of Belgium.
Originally envisioned as a web portal, the DarkVision name was the result of a couple of hours of brainstorming. After a couple of weeks, DarkVision became more and more tech-oriented and it evolved into a technology news & reviews website. By the end of summer 2002, we switched to English to be able to reach a much bigger readership and somewhat later the name changed to DV Hardware.
Together with the rollout of a major site redesign in 2021, the styling of the website's name has been changed to DVHARDWARE.
News and press releases
You can mail your news and press releases to firstname.lastname@example.org. If it's interesting and relevant enough it will be published on the frontpage.
News is posted on a daily base by our regular news posters.
Do you want to advertise on DVHARDWARE? Computer, technology or Internet-related products or services will probably work best for DVHARDWARE's audience but we accept other things too.
To find out more about our advertising options or to make us an offer, you can send us an e-mail.
Do you want one of our reviewers to review one of your company's products? Just contact this address.
DVHARDWARE reviews products related to computers, technology and consumer electronics.
For other inquiries you can email@example.com. DVHARDWARE is a media website, we do not sell retail products.
- DVHARDWARE News feed (the regular news section)
- DVHARDWARE's Mailbox news feed (news about new reviews and articles from other hardware sites)
The people behind DVHARDWARE
Thomas De Maesschalck - CEO
Positions at DVHARDWARE: Owner, reviewer, news poster, coder.
Location: Zele, Belgium. Satellite map
I received my first PC in the early 90s - it was a 386 with an HDD under 100MB and a monochrome CRT display. Since then a lot has changed in this amazingly fast-moving computer world, I've moved from K5 to Pentium 3 to Pentium 4 to Athlon 64 to Core 2 Duo, and so on.
You can find me on Facebook.
Carmen De Varez (2003-2010, no longer active)
Position at DVHARDWARE: Editor, reviewer
Location: Zele, Belgium.
Thomas Braeckman (2002-2004, no longer active)
Position at DVHARDWARE: news writer, reviewer
Location: Zele, Belgium.
The DVHARDWARE crew.
DVHARDWARE is part of DM Media Group bvba.