The greatest gadgets ever made, sub-£100 tech and drones put to the test in the new issue of Stuff – out now!

And it's available in shops (and on your tablet) right this second

October issue – out now!

There are certain gadgets that will be remembered forever. Lumps of plastic and silicon that will hold a place in the hearts of millions for years to come – and we’ve commemorated the ones you love the most in Stuff’s Gadget Hall of Fame.

You voted for your favourites, along with some choice picks from the Stuff team, and we’ve collected them all together in one beautifully shot parade of nostalgia. Did Nintendo’s Game Boy manage to fend off its less portable gaming brethren? Is the skinny Motorola RAZR worth a place ahead of the iPhone 3G? And is Aibo the greatest robotic dog of all time? It’s all inside the October issue of the mag.

But it’s not just old dusty stuff on the hallowed pages this month. We also went out with £100 each and picked up the finest chunk of tech we could lay our hands on, from telescopes to a strange reimagining of Jenga for the Pokémon generation.

Down in the labs we’ve taken a squadron of drones out for a test flight, including Parrot’s Bebop 2 and Yuneec’s six-blade Typhoon H. It was also judgement day for a pair of juicers, an orchestra of Bluetooth speakers, Xbox’s 4K-capable One S, Sky’s new NowTV Smart Box and many more.

If you fancy taking on a task or two, this month’s Projects has a selection of upgrades for your GoPro, a guide to getting the best out of Steam and some tips for supercharging your broadband.

Then, just when you thought you couldn't take any more, there’s the legendary Top Tens. You’d have to be a fool to buy anything without consulting them.

Don’t forget, loads of this stuff can only be found by buying a copy of the mag, which you can pick up from both physical and digital newsstands right now.

Better still, why not subscribe and get the mag delivered straight to your door? Just click here to save yourself a trip to the shops.

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