GP Life: Win one of these each week

For the next three weeks we will be giving away one of these top gadgets. You win, you choose.

All three are Stuff Hot Buys, rated by our sister magazine Stuff - the world's best selling gadget magazine - as number one in the top ten best buys for portable MP3s, digital cameras, and hi-fis.

Each week one GP reader gets to choose an Apple iPod, a Kodak V610 digital camera, or a Yamaha M170 micro hi-fi. And, three runners up each week will receive a pair of Sennheiser PX100 headphones, worth £35.

ENTER THE GADGET COMPETITION

Answer the question: what is the name of the world's best-selling gadget magazine?

Email your answer, choice of gadget and contact details to GPlife@haynet.com, writing 'Gadget' in the subject panel, by 12 noon on Monday 10 July. The winner's name will be published in GP newspaper on Friday 14 July.

Three runners up will win Sennheiser PX100 headphones.

- Stuff's Hot Buy portable MP3 Apple iPod, £300

The video-iPod is here. Yes, the 2.5-inch screen is too small to watch full-length movies. But it is the same price as the old iPod and is still the best music player. We selected the 60GB. Killer feature: the 'click wheel' control is a peerless piece of design genius. Oft copied, but never bettered.

Stuff's Hot Buy hi-fi Yamaha M170 £250

Yamaha has beaten others to micro system supremacy. Its bargain-tastic M170 looks the part and has hi-fi talent in spades. It sports CD playback and DAB, FM and AM reception. The 25W amplification has those piano black speakers singing like little angels. Killer feature: you don't need a PhD to extract sonic gold from the M170. And it looks lovely.

Stuff's Hot Buy digital camera Kodak V610, £330

Tech evolution tends to be a subtle process, but every now and then a freak of nature like the V610 skips a generation. In this case, magically creating a 10x optical zoom in a camera that is little fatter - it is 23.2mm thick - than the pocket competition. We also like the 6.1MP pics.

Killer feature: Bluetooth for sharing and printing.

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