So the first thing I notice is the audio. In **ANY** production setup, audio is vastly more important than video. I would be fine with the audio if the intro didn't suddenly let me know just how muffled it sounds. To remedy this, I would work on using a compressor in whatever software you use to boost up the volume and even it out.
Intro: Lose it. If you already say that you're going to do reviews/how-to's/technology, you don't need the flashy intro. For me personally, an intro makes me want to leave the video. It basically communicates that the video itself doesn't have content that you believe in.
Music: good volume. Not too overpowering.
Lighting: Looks phenomenal. Keep it! That tinting on the wall looks great. Your camera's video quality is also very nice.
I will comment though on those screens in the back. I get that it's technology (and that you want to even it out by having things in the back), but they just feel tacky. Maybe replace them with something, talk *behind* the table, or even just the wall.
Finally, composition. You're so far to the left of the screen that I feel like you're trying to almost *lean* into the frame. Maybe center yourself more. I get that you want to follow the rule of thirds, but this just feels a bit excessive.