Thank goodness that’s (almost) over. Stuff‘s last print issue for the year is on shelves everywhere around South Africa, and we’ve got some seriously good stuff waiting for you. But that’s always the case. So what makes this issue any different?
Well, this year’s issue is home to Stuff‘s annual Wishlist. This is the tech that we reckon will go down well as gifts around the Christmas tree, the menorah, or the sónargǫltr. No matter what floats your respective religious or festive aquatic craft, we’ve got a category for you. And no, they’re not divided by spiritual affiliation. Whether you’re a gamer, a gearhead, a gym rat, or a guy who likes to fix things at home, we’ve got a category for you. Check out our year-end Wishlist and snag the right gift before all the stores are out of stock.
We spent some time with an MSI notebook. Unusually, it’s not designed for gaming. The MSI Summit E16 Flip is a serious 2-in-1 machine intended to replace your office machine — no matter what you’re using now. It fuses serious specs with an excellent 16in touchscreen, a fully-reversible hinge, and a splendid backlit keyboard. It’ll function as a laptop, presentation machine, tablet, and, yes, it’ll even play games if you want it to. Check out our review in this issue.
Wearable tech is everywhere. Competition is fierce, no matter which ecosystem you’re playing in, but Samsung’s got something new ahead for the Android ecosystem. We’ve taken an in-depth look at the new Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic, which combines Samsung’s most hectic hardware with Google’s software smarts. Is this the device that gets Android Wear to properly take off? Find out in Stuff‘s Wishlist issue, available everywhere now.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. Unless, that is, you’re playing Deathloop. Experience a tale that involves going round and round and round again, hoping to spark a different result. And, if you don’t suck, that’s just what’ll happen. From the makers of Dishonored, who have proven they know their way around an off-beat first-person video game. Catch this review, and more, in Stuff‘s DecJan 2022 issue.
There’s always, always more to see in Stuff. Besides the Wishlist, we’ve got the kit you need to take back to the office with you in January. No matter whether you’re working from home, back at the office, are a student or doing the hybrid thing, we’ve got the kit you need. There’s also a set of smaller reviews, the Hot Stuff that’s really hot for the festive season, our Top 10s, and a batch of budget phones to play with. Get your copy of Stuff Magazine, either online and direct from us, or in stores right now.