Elizabeth Henges is the Commerce Editor for How-To Geek. She has close to a decade's experience reporting on tech, gaming, and commerce. Elizabeth has had her commerce work published on XDA Developers, The Inventory, and more.
Elizabeth got her start writing professionally at a small gaming site before becoming a freelance staff writer at RPG Site. Shortly after, Elizabeth got her start in commerce work by writing subscription box reviews for The Checkout.
After freelancing part-time for several years, Elizabeth became a full-time gaming, tech, and commerce writer in 2019, leaving her accounting career behind. Her work was published by The Verge, Washington Post, The Inventory, XDA Developers, and plenty more before she finally landed at How-To Geek.
Aside from having a keen eye for deals and having knowledge in all sorts of Windows and Android tech, Elizabeth is an avid gamer. You can catch her most weekends watching speedrunning events on Twitch while spoiling her cat.
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