PopSci Genius Guide, a part of the Popular Science Magazine, was kind enough to send me a free copy of their introductory issue for review.
PopSci Genius Guide is an interactive digital magazine, featuring articles on comprehensive themes like home entertainment, green technology, do-it-yourself tips, videos for hands on experience, quizzes, contests and a lot more. Learn what you can built by a little shopping without having to burn a hole in your pocket and also, how to get the best of what you have. Simple, yet hard to find tweaks - when to use your HDMI ports, subwoofer placement tips, list of sites for downloading HD movie, how to automate the gadgets and appliances in your house with the help of custom software and homemade circuits - would surely keep you engrossed for a long time. Every page of the magazine is crammed full of valuable yet hard to find information.
The PopSci Genius Guide is published quarterly and can be viewable using the Zinio reader. The issues can be read online or can be downloaded on to your computer for offline viewing. The Zinio reader is compatible with your iPhone, so you would be able to read the PopSci Genius Guide on the go without having to carry any extra piece of hardware (read Kindle) with you. Browsing through the magazine is pretty simple, and with it's complete page dragging feature be prepared for a rich, true magazine experience.
For the benefit of the readers of The Chronicles of R, the introductory issue of the PopSci Genuius Guide is available at a special pricing. Click here to avail the offer, but before that don't forget to leave me a comment and subscribe to my RSS feed, so that you can remain updated about more such offers from The Chronicles of R.