The Gift of Information
Since the time G&G was launched as a supplement to the India Today magazine, I have been closely following your product. Every year, I wait for your 'Tech Gifts' story. This year too, the "65 tech gifts for the festive season" brought together nice ideas. I picked up a few gifts for my tech savvy friends and some for myself too. Also, thanks for the reviews on affordable tablets such as the iBall Slide and Beetel MagiQ. Readers have been warned in advance that spending on these devices might lead to heartburn later. The money saved can be invested in an Apple iPad maybe?
Nitin Aggarwal, New Delhi
The cover story on gifts was a great read ("65 tech gifts for the festive season", November). But what I was excited about was the gaming section of the magazine where you feature the latest games along with the trends in the gaming industry. I was looking forward to the Gears of War game for my XBox 360 and after reading the review, I just went ahead and bought it. But I was a bit disappointed to see only two game reviews in the November issue of the magazine. I would like to request you to spare a few more pages for games, including Kinect games.
Varun Bajaj , New Delhi
Taking on something my size!
When I was planning to buy a smartphone, many shopkeepers and friends confused me with advice on the display size I should go for. There were small ones, big ones and some with irregular sized displays. Confused, I delayed my decision of buying a smartphone. Thanks, therefore, for the story on display sizes ("Is bigger better?", November). It talked about all the factors that come into play when the screen is either big or small. I would also like to thank you guys for coming up with such an interesting gadget magazine. I also like that you write about products and stuff that are of interest to us here in India. That's what matters the most to me, at least.
Kanika Khullar, Ludhiana
Winning Is Nice
I have always liked your magazine and gained a lot of updated information. I am into gadgets and drool over products featured in G&G. Thank you for bringing such a wonderful magazine. I like the contests and have participated in them. In the August contest, I finally won the third prize of a Gigabyte motherboard. I was so happy to see my name among the list of winners. Thanks for the opportunity. You're the best.
Through The Lens, Contentedly
As an amateur photographer armed with a compact camera, I read a lot on photography so that I can soon move on to the expensive DSLRs. I learnt a lot through the story on lens in your November issue ("Advantage of the third eye"). Photography is such an exciting hobby, very costly too. But I know that if I have to derive maximum satisfaction out of my hobby, I have to try out a lot of things, like using-or at least understanding the use of-different lenses: telephoto, short zooms, fixed aperture, wide angle, etc.
Lalit Lalwani, Indore
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