Coolest Gadgets of 2007 according to Stuff


Stuff magazine have released their list of what they think are the coolest gadgets of 2007 and no surprise what makes the #1 spot. We’ve also teamed up with Stuff to offer a great prize and some free tickets to the up and coming Best of Stuff and What Hi Fi Show 2007, more details to follow shortly.

Onto the list:

1. The Apple iPhone
“The coolest gadget of the year…by a country mile.”

2. The Leica M8 Camera
“’A 20th-century classic gets a 21st-century makeover.”

3. The Tonium Pacemaker
“Like an iPod for DJs, this has potential to revolutionise a whole branch of entertainment.”

4. The Sony Vaio UX1
“The tiniest, most gorgeous Windows PC we’ve seen.”

5. The Nintendo Wii Games Console
“This motion-sensitive console has reinvigorated gaming, injecting real innovation and imagination.”

6. The Sony Ericsson W880 Phone
“Superslim music phone with an unequalled wow factor.”

7. The Shanling MC-30 Valve Amp
“Hi-fi for the MP3 age, this valve-powered iPod throne that sounds as good as it looks.”

8. The Wattson energy calculator
“Measures household energy consumption in real time and displays it either in pounds sterling or Watts. Being eco-savvy has never been so cool.”

9. The Sony Erickson MBW-150 Bluetooth Watch
“A new technology for this year… control your mobile phone from your wrist.”

10. The iPod Nano MP3 Player
“No other MP3 player comes close.”

4 thoughts on “Coolest Gadgets of 2007 according to Stuff”

  1. I-Phone may be the lap leader and trend setter but, I don’t think Apple is going to win the wireless race.

    To bad Stuff is being “stuffed” back into Maxim. Although Stuff kept getting off the subject gadgets and more into the fashion/glam set it was nice to have a mag dedicated to gadgets. Good thing there is

  2. I never knew that Neagle, when is that meant to happen. If I start getting a copy of Maxim every month I’m not going to be a happy bunny.

  3. Thank GOD you put iPhone first. It is easily the most well known/popular and most sold than anything on that list. I may not be dumb enough to think the price is worth it even with the price drop but as a gadget it’s well above the rest. nuff said. peace out.

  4. This October is the last issue. The editor tried to put a positive spin on the move but, I usually give myself a hard time about not subscribing to magazines I read on a regular basis and I’m kind of glad I’ll be able to evaluate Maxim before making a purchase. I just get really aggravated when a publication gets to far off topic and more into a “lifestyle” rag.

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