Stuff is the world's best-selling gadget and lifestyle magazine.
Stuff is the world's best-selling gadget and lifestyle magazines. Every issue is rammed to the virtual rafters with the world's coolest kit - smart phones, MP3 players, laptops, cameras, Blu-ray players and much more. If it's cool, new and gadget-flavoured you can be sure that we're writing about it!
After months at the drawing board Stuff magazine has just undergone a a fairly major re-design.From the June issue this is what you can expect:
• All new look• ‘Hot Stuff’ will take an explicit look at technology trends, start-ups and crowdfunded projects.• Focus on features and stories• New ‘Projects’ section – about applied geekery; using the kit you have in a more intelligent way Don’t worry we still have:• Group tests - where we filter out all but the best gadgets so we don’t waste your time.• Continue to spend every month digging out the most desirable new kit for our readers to drool over.
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By Dan Hawkins
Why Stuff ?
If you, or someone you know, love gadgets, video games (hardware as opposed to games), smart phones, laptops, electronics and everything technological - Stuff magazine is for you. Stuff is chock full of news, reviews and information about the latest high tech gear and devices.
What’s SO good about Stuff?
Stuff reviews can be invaluable for finding the best products in a marketplace where there are increasingly vast numbers of choices. Stuff also provides cutting edge new stories on the latest trends and devices in development for the future which are great for knowing what’s in the pipeline.
Stuff used to be aimed towards a younger audience. However as their original readership got older and more affluent Stuff has tried to change with them. Which is great for people with a large disposable income but many of the products and advertisements are now for luxury products well out of many people’s price range despite the fact that, in general, technology has gotten cheaper and cheaper with the expansion of the global economy. There are still many features about gadgets we all can afford but these are much less frequent than they used to be.
Who’s it aimed at?
Stuff went through a major revamp in 2009. One need only look at the eye candy on the front cover to see that it is aimed primarily at young to middle aged males. However as mentioned above, there has been a noticeable shift away from the younger audience towards an older, more affluent crowd.
IDEAL GIFT for: technology buffs who could benefit from unbiased reviews of new products and are interested in all the latest gadgets to hit the market. Although it is geared towards men the articles would be just as interesting to female technology enthusiasts as long as they aren’t offended by the odd model in a bikini or lingerie being used to promote a product.
Celebrity Digest . . .
Celebrities MOST likely to read Stuff?
Ashton Kutcher, Justin Timberlake, Tim Ferris, Sheryl Crow.
Celebrities MOST likely to appear on the front cover of Stuff?
Mila Kunis, Nicole Scherzinger, Brook Burke.
Celebrities LEAST likely to appear on the front cover of Stuff?
Winona Ryder, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Nicki Minaj.
COVER STORIES. . .
Past Headlines100 Best Gadgets Ever!Gaming Has Changed ForeverThe Cool List – the 19 best things in the world right now
Editorial & Content
Technology, gadgets, electronics, smart phones, cameras.
Trivia & Gossip
“The computer” was named Times “Man of the Year” in 1982.
A computer chip today which can be bought for less than $10 has three times the processing power as a system which cost over $100,000 only a fifteen years ago.
The top three best selling smart phone apps of all time are 1) Angry Birds 2) Fruit Ninja and 3) Doodle Jump.
Editor: Mark Wilson (last verified: 2013-21-05)
Publishing Director: Chris Lowe
Latest Gadget News, Gadget Reviews, Top 10s
Gadgets, technology, tablets, TVs, electronics
ABOUT The Stuff. . .
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