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Once a year, just like your birthday, Digit celebrates its anniversary... and obviously, it’s a big deal for all of us here.
The whole team’s sleep deprived, working like hamsters, and pulling out all the stops to make this anniversary issue as memorable as ever, and give you the best package you’ve ever seen.
So, before you deep dive into the nitty gritties of the June 2013 Anniversary Issue, sit back, get hold of that credit card, and pre-book this monster! Here’s what you’ll get:
A bigger, fatter Digit
If you struggle to fully read a regular issue of Digit, wait till you get your hands on the 12th anniversary issue. It’ll keep you engrossed and flipping through the pages till the dawn of July. OK, maybe we exaggerate... but only slightly. It’s no secret that the June 2013 issue of Digit will be massive – almost twice the regular issue – brimming with content you wouldn’t want to miss out on. We retain all the regular sections but super-size the cover story to epic proportions. We don’t want to give too much away here, but rest assured it’ll be nothing like you’ve ever read within the pages of Digit before.
Digit PDF archive
Digit through the ages. With this anniversary issue, you don’t just get one copy of Digit, you get dozens. Just what a die-hard Digitian needs.and... DGT!
There’s obviously much more to Digit readers than just being geeks. DGT is a supplement to satisfy those higher-order cravings; a magazine that complements Digit, gives the true Digit-ian a taste of the better life, a glimpse into a world that goes beyond the mere utilitarian and into the realm of the exquisite and the elegant. We check out gadgets that are works of art, a sinfully delightful combination of style and function that will awaken greed in every geek.
Pre-book your Digit 12 Year Anniversary Edition here:http://www.thinkdigit.com/prebook !