The GoT chapter has closed.
You don’t need to be the Three-Eyed Raven to realise a new issue of Stuff India lands this time every month – it’s always been just in time to fill those nagging gaps between every Game of Thrones battle. Now that our watch has ended, Stuff issues continue to carry their legacy forward. We bring you the most honest reviews of the best of gadgets, month after month.
We’re even ensuring you avoid overhearing any loose talk about the current political scenario either. There’s a canny headphone buying guide that includes noise cancellers, truly wireless buds, in-ears and over-ears, plus fitness and gaming headsets to keep you comfy and immersed during marathon sessions. If ever you want to escape from the current political drama and immerse yourself into some good music, we’ve got it covered for ya!
OnePlus 7 Pro is reviewed and rated as we ask whether it’s the best phone money can buy? Smartphones are getting smarter everyday, cameras more competent. Last month it was Huwaei whose camera prowess we probed into and this month Google Pixel 3a muscles in to try and spoil the party – juicy. It’s going to be a tough task for us selecting a winner for our gadget awards this year. But there’s still time for that...
The only way forward is ethics in an eco tech special covering phones, speakers, TVs, headphones and gadgety home improvements that do their bit for the planet and the people inhabiting it, while potentially reducing your energy bills in the process. Consider it public service publishing in a fully recyclable magazine.
Stuff’s network of tech experts have killed it yet again with many, many gadget reviews to pore over including the Dyson V11 Pro, we check out some cool cars, phones, laptops and Fitbit’s newest fitness trackers, and play the deadly Mortal Kombat 11, Dangerous Driving and Days Gone, because, you, our readers deserve to be at par with the world of tech.