In the September 2016 issue of Stuff Magazine


STUFF_Sep_2016_90dpiWhat are the things that you must have? We’re not talking the essentials, like food and water and shelter and air and internet access (yes, we said that). We’re talking tech, of the kind that you lust after and hope to attain. We’ve got 100 of the best items out there (including the Best Phone in the World) in the September 2016 issue of Stuff Magazine, to satisfy everyone from travel nuts to phone fanatics to audio aficionados and every  sub-section of tech-lover between. 

Stuff-WeChat-IncredibleThere’s more than just a ton of items that you’re going to salivate over. We’ve got a fresh crop of discount devices in our WeChat/Incredible Connection/Stuff partnership that you’re going to want to take a look at. This month the discount system has been simplified, for your convenience. Go check em out, right now. While stocks last.

apple-ipad-pro-9-7-coloursWhat happens when you take Apple’s iPad Pro 9.7 and stack it up against the best that Google, Microsoft, Samsung, and Microsoft (again) have to offer? That’s the question that is asked and answered in the September 2016 issue of Stuff. As it happens, we know the answer. And we’re not going to be telling you what it is. Not now, anyway. Grab the full details in this month’s magazine.

lego-star-wars-force-awakensAll tech and no play makes for very boring tech. Sometimes. And if you’re going to play then Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the one to be playing with. Combining Star Wars thrills with the humour the Lego series of games is known for (and telling bits of the story that you won’t get anywhere else), Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens will satisfy puzzle and action nuts in equal measure. Also: local co-op play is fine as heck.

Is there more? You better believe there’s more. From the Audi R8 Plus and its pin-you-to-your-seat acceleration to tips on how to get started in Pokémon Go (for when it officially launches here in SA) to the best in current and future tech (Rolls Royce has something to show you there), Stuff‘s September 2016 issue is packed to the rafters with the gear that you want to see. Get it in-store or online now. 


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