Ah, Mac versus PC – the eternal internet debate, right up there with Android vs. iOS, PC vs. consoles, Windows vs. DOS, Superman vs. Goku. We all know the answers to these questions, too (Android, PC, Windows, and Goku, respectively) but PC vs. Mac…? That’s a tough one. Depends on the users. Luckily, in the March 2017 issue of Stuff Magazine, we have you covered. We’re testing the best of the current consumer Windows notebooks against Apple’s new MacBook Pro so no matter which side of the debate you come down on, you’ll know what the best kit is and why. As for the overall winner… well, you’re just going to have to wait and see, aren’t you?
Continuing the Apple vs. Everyone Else theme, we’re stacking what Fitbit has to offer against the Apple Watch Series 2. And maybe the Series 1 a little (cos Apple has tweaked that one too). If those are out of your price range, we’ve got a few other solid candidates for even the most depleted wallet.
Then it’s time for a little play. And here at Stuff we like play-time almost as much as the next guy. Or girl. Which is why we’ve got a collection of Lego for you to lust after, buy, and eventually build, if you can bring yourself to take it out of the box. Seriously, old-school Lego is quite the investment. Doubly so if it’s still sealed and the box is pristine. If you don’t believe us, check out eBay. And also check out the sets of new brick-based contraptions you can build today, all detailed in the March 2017 issue of the mag. Buy two and store one for when it’s expensive later, yeah?
We’re also playing a few games this month, rounding up the best of 2016’s festive season releases. Infinite Warfare, the upgraded Rise of the Tomb Raider, Mafia 3, Titanfall 2, Gears of War 4 and more – all reviewed and all nicely discounted right about now. Just saying.
And then there are the WeChat Wallet and Incredible Connection discounts, the latest and greatest Hot Stuff, bikes and cars for 2017, playtime with the PlayStation 4 Pro and Google’s Daydream headset, as well as a whole lot more. Only inside the March 2017 issue of Stuff Magazine. It’s going to be a good year.