Forget the Oscars and bin the BAFTAs – the 2016 Stuff Awards are here and we’ve got all the winners inside the new December issue.
From our favourite phone to the most desirable drone, there’s a whole heap of award-worthy gadgetry to get through, and you can be sure that if it’s worth owning, we’ve slapped an accolade on it.
But it’s not just the Awards winners we’ll be revealing in this month’s issue. Between the covers you’ll also find smart home essentials to turn your abode into an all-singing, all-dancing robo-crib, whether it’s security, lighting or a voice-controlled PA. OK, maybe it’s not ready to dance just yet but it can’t be far off.
If you’ve invested in a new Apple Watch (or you want to make your old one feel like new again) we’ve got a load of tips and tricks to get the most out of it, plus there’s a similarly in-depth guide to the new MacOS Sierra.
While we’re not sure it’s really ok to mention the ‘C’ word yet, Christmas is less than two months away now, so we’ve been shopping for some sub-£50 gifts to inspire you into getting your gift buying off the ground. What other ‘C’ word did you think we meant?
This month also sees the debut for Stuff’s newly redesigned Top Tens, which now include playlists, buying tips and tech advice alongside the usual gadget league tables you know and love.
To keep those Top Tens stocked with the finest gadgets the world has to offer, this month we’ve tested Sony’s PlayStation VR, Amazon’s Echo and Canon’s 5D Mark IV, plus a load of turntables and witness watches. But were any of them good enough to make the grade?
That’s not to mention all the latest Hot Stuff, games news and competitions.
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