The Stuff elves need a holiday.
Not only does this issue mark our 25th anniversary, but Xmas is just around the corner. That’s why this magazine is a little special, because it comes with a super celebratory supplement looking back at the best gadgets of Stuff’s first quarter-century.
We’ve packed the issue with present ideas and selected the top gifts for anybody who loves tech, from gaming nuts to movie buffs, fitness fiends to retro fanatics. And it’s not all super-expensive: we’ve included plenty of great gadgety ideas on a budget.
Stuff Xmas issue: Ho-Ho-Ho Merry Techmas!
The greatest gift in life is friendship, but the reality is, that probably won’t cut with your other half when it comes to the big day. Plus, it’s impossible to wrap.
For something more tangible, we’ve scoured the web and tested as many wonderful gadgets which we know will make excellent gifts. Ones you can tie up with a bow and leave under the tree.
Stuff Xmas issue: Too hot to handle
You’ll probably start the magazine at the front, the hot section, which is jam-packed with new and interesting treats that we can’t wait to get our hands on.
There’s loads of other entertaining things in there too, like advice on what to stream and a first play with Halo Infinite — The Master Chief is back and we couldn’t be happier. If it was allowed, we’d spend all of Xmas day customising our Spartan’s uniform.
Stuff Xmas issue: Wear, stare and drive with flair
Reviews include the super-powerful new MacBook Pro from Apple, the latest in a long line of good stock in noise-cancelling headphones from Bose, Fitbit’s newest Charge tracker and Google’s well-priced flagship phone, the Pixel 6 Pro.
Stuff Xmas issue: How to get your copy
The bountiful issues keep on coming: next month we’ll bring you the Stuff Gadget Awards, where we look back with teary eyes at the top tech of the last 12 months and give the finest picks their due reverence – there can only be one winner of our coveted Gadget of the Year prize.
You can order an old school print copy delivered direct to your door, a new school digital edition delivered direct to your inbox or a combination of the two. Receive your first 6 issues of the print magazine for just £12.
Thanks as always for your continued support – Voting will open for Readers’ Gadget of the Year soon!