The Stuff gift guide issue is out now featuring just under a 100 specially selected present ideas to cater for every budget.
Whether you’re working out what you want this year, or how much you really love them, our awesome ‘gifts for geeks’ wish list has you covered for gamers, music lovers, tech kids, budget buys, luxury items, eco-friendly items and a sack full of other ideas that will give the Amazon delivery guy a backache.
Christmas is over, guys!
Yes, but so what? The inspiration doesn’t end there, because you’ll find no fewer than a hundred gadgets star-rated by our team of experts, including extensive reviews of the new Jaguar XE, the new Mercedes GLC, Apple MacBook Pro 16, Samsung’s latest tab, and the latest laptops from HP and ASUS.
If you’re still stuck, have you considered gifting someone a Stuff magazine subscription? We’ve got some fantastic offers on at the moment, including how to get 50% off when you take a three-year subscription – that's less than a posh meal at your favourite South Mumbai restaurant.
It’s been a fun-filled ride
We’ve had some fun taking this issue out. Nintendo’s slimmed-down Switch Lite promises all the fun of the full-size console – well, nearly all – in a miraculously pocketable package. You can play nearly all of the same games on the Lite, and many of them are arguably better suited to it – like virtually any old-school platformer that requires a D-pad.
Other than this, there’s DJI’s Mavic Mini drone that fits in your mitts, and we got the Huawei Watch GT2 strapped on our wrists to call it one of the best-looking fitness trackers your money can buy. A smartwatch it ain’t. Read our review to find out why.
What this issue also promises is joy for the gamers. Having tested four games, it’s been a good month, to say the least. Elsewhere, there’s enough dope on the latest version of the Snapdragon chipset, a peep into futuristic motor retail with VR taking over driving experiences and a quick check-list of the essentials you’ll need for the upcoming Mumbai Marathon.
Whatcha waitin’ for?
Looks like a nail-bitingly-good issue, doesn’t it? You cannot travel to space and back, but you can certainly let go of that post-Christmas lethargy and run to grab a copy of Stuff India from your friendly neighbourhood supermarkets and newsagents. If laziness beats you on this one, sign up quickly for an online subscription. Avail special offers, goodies or go read the digital edition courtesy of our friends at Magzter.