Time waits for no man. So, we've taken the future and fit it all in a magazine with a hottie on the cover. What more can you ask for?
That queen of the jungle over the cover is Ramona Arena. We strapped the ex-MTV VJ-turned-intrepid traveller to a selection of hand-picked toys that would help her cause. Her cause was, of course, to see Kenya the way it's supposed to be seen- in its entirety and at its luxurious best. Her sojourn is our headlining feature this month and will make you yearn for the wilderness. Yearn away, we've got all the info to help you plan your next trip.
Resting between the covers of the July issue is a fight to the finish between the Apple Macbook Air and the Asus Zenbook UX305. The 13in Macbook Air has been the undisputed king of the laptop ring for over half a decade but Asus has sent a serious contender, balancing price and specs in a very delicious bundle.
Who comes out on top? Only our brutal test will decide.
From mountains to megacities and small islands to giant planets, there are few things more satisfying than building your own world. In the July issue we meet the creators of next year's most exciting virtual realms. And just like the upcoming space exploration game, it's a No Man's Sky.
Our First Tests this time around include Apple's golden child, the 2015 Macbook, the leathery LG G4 and the carbonfibre donning Lenovo Thinkpad Carbon X1.
Too much tech? Craving fresh air and some engine revving? Right this way. We took the new Audi Q3 on Goa's winding roads.
We've got cars, we've got phones, we've got tablets, we've got drones. We've even got an extensive buying guide for every gadget out there so you never have to take silly tech advice from your friends again. The July issue of Stuff magazine is out now. Grab one from your local newsstand or get it for you iPad here or save some money and get an annual subscription. What are you waiting for?