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TrustedReviews Guide To Gadgets On Sale Now

David Gilbert


TrustedReviews Guide To Gadgets On Sale Now

Ever wanted to take the TrustedReviews experience with you when you leave your computer? Well now you can, as we’ve just launched the TrustedReviews Guide To Gadgets, a one-stop shop for all your tech questions, whether you want to know which is the best smartphone to what surround sound system will work in your living room.

The 132-page TrustedReviews Guide To Gadgets is on sale now in Sainsburys, Tesco, Asda and WHSmith for £4.99. The comprehensive technology bible covers all areas of consumer electronics which the TrustedReviews website is renowned for.

Mobile phones, tablets, laptops, cameras, camcorders, televisions, Blu-ray, surround sound, audio, gaming and SatNavs are all comprehensively covered. In each category our expert reviewers clearly explain the major questions you will need answered as well as bringing you a round-up of the best products in each area.

However, if you are wondering exactly what the magazine looks like, then why not check out our digital preview so you can get a sample of what's in store inside the 132-page opus.

Each of our testers have been covering their specific areas of expertise for many years and know more than most about which are the best products in each area. We’ve also included a "Coming Soon" section to make sure that you have the most up-to-date information about products which will be released in the next couple of months.

With Christmas just around the corner, the TrustedReviews Guide To Gadgets is the perfect answer to all your technology dilemmas, meaning you won’t end up with the wrong present under the tree on Christmas morning.

This Guide To Gadgets gives readers an at-a-glance view of the best products available in a wide range of consumer technology categories, which will take the pain out of choosing which is the best camera, smartphone or laptop for you.

The TrustedReviews Guide To Gadgets is on sale now in Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys and WHSmith and will be on sale until 19 January.


October 28, 2011, 10:16 pm

The re-branding and monetization of the brand 'Trusted Reviews' goes on. You'll be taking on 'Which?' next. Strange time to launch a loss making magazine, especially since by the time it's even gone to print 90% of the pages will contain obsolete technology.

I hope the niche that the 'old school' TR's used to fill, is re-filled by another site soon. Perhaps TR's has just becoming a victim of it's own success?


October 29, 2011, 3:24 am

7 years since I last purchased a magazine on TV buying, sure times are tough and every one's got to turn a euro. But I've got a bad feeling about this. Still bet it's a one off issue. Even as a stocking filler , impulse purchase. NO NO & NO.


October 30, 2011, 12:31 am

Thanks for the comments. The magazine is a one-off at the moment, although we may do it again, as a way of spreading our product knowledge to a wider audience. A lot of people aren't buying the best technology because they're not clear on what they want. We can help with the magazine and promote the website at the same time. This isn't completely a moral crusade, obviously. This is a branding exercise and we are seeking to make a profit, but those are just two measures of success, and both ones which help us make the website even better.


October 30, 2011, 8:49 pm

I think its a good idea, however, it's sensible that this is planned as a one off for the moment. Obviously this magazine is not aimed specifically at regular TR.com readers because we crave up to the minute news - and crucially, the website being free has an obvious advantage. Yet for people who don't use the internet regularly (yes these people still exist) and for people not accustomed to reading reviews, the people who just chase megahurts and megapixels, it should educate them and be quite useful. I wouldn't pick up a copy myself I havent bought a tech/games magazine for years! but I would buy it for someone else as a stocking filler. Even if someone got it me i would actually thing it's a cool present and would read a fair bit of it.

I see what some other commenters are saying though, the website must take absolute priority, and I think the website needs to give more information appreciated by tech geeks, it does seem a little dumbed down lately - and updated far less (could just be me) I wouldn't worry about alienating people with too much tech stuff, people like to learn as they read!

Good job on the magazine, but re-focus this site on what made it so great!

Tony Walker

October 31, 2011, 7:09 am

Where's the electronic version?

IPC fancy taking on the established "gadget" mags that are T3 and Stuff?

Martin Daler

October 31, 2011, 1:23 pm

but front and centre of the magazine cover is "Tablet vs Laptops" - the readership surely has to be connected to the internet? So is this mostly an exercise is broadcasting the TR brandname (and URL) to a wider audience, an audience who whilst using the internet nevertheless remain unaware of TR?


October 31, 2011, 3:45 pm

£4.99 and no bikini clad models? Oh wow are you in for disappointing sales.

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