Digit (magazine)

Digit (magazine)

October 2009 issue
Editor Robert Sovereign-Smith
Categories Computer magazines
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 1200
Publisher 9.9 Media
First issue June 2001
Company 9.9 Media
Country India
Language English
Website thinkDigit

Digit is an Indian monthly technology magazine published by 9.9 Media. According to the Indian Readership Survey (IRS) it has a circulation of about 1,20,000 and a readership of over 1,84,000. The same survey results suggest that it is the most read technology magazine in India[1], higher than even the combined readership of its peers (e.g., Chip, PC Quest, T3, etc.). It is circulated in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and some other countries. It was started in 2001 by Jasubhai Digital Media Pvt. Ltd and acquired by 9.9 Media in 2007.[2]

Each issue of Digit includes a magazine, two dual-layer DVDs and a mini-booklet called Fast Track. Fast Track is an in-depth reference guide to any given sub-topic of information technology, such as web publishing and open source software, or a product, such as Photoshop. The detail in the Fast Track series ranges from the beginner to the intermediate and often with references to advanced content.

There are three special issues every year: Anniversary Special (June), Diwali Special (October), Collector's Edition (December), which have additional content, contests and digital media along with the regular package.

A sample issue is available on the Digit website at www.thinkdigit.com/digit_sample.[3]

Digit has recently launched Digit TV. The October 2009 issue of Digit came with one DVD of Digit TV featuring a Video Buying Guide.[4]


The Digit Community

Digit Community comprises Indian technology enthusiasts who connect with each other stay updated on all things technology, discuss it and share their ideas and thoughts on various platforms.

The community has a vibrant Facebook page[5] and active followers on Twitter.[6]

Digit magazine is complemented by the website www.thinkdigit.com,[7] where the latest technology news, reviews and features are published and discussed by the community.

Digit organizes technology events to reach technology enthusiasts, channel members and technology decision makers. The events can be in the form of consumer expositions, conferences, roadshows and channel events.

Digit conducts webinars[8] every month on technology topics such as careers in technology, how to choose your PC components, and interviews with industry leaders.

Digit awards

Every year, Digit gives out awards to best technology brands and products in India.

Icons of Trust is given every year to the most trusted brand in technology category. Icons of Trust 2009[9] was awarded in nine categories: Cell phones/PDA Desktop PCs Digital cameras Monitors External storage HDTVs Laptops and netbooks PMPs MFDs/printers

Zero 1 awards are the definitive awards given to the best technology products released during the year every December.

See also


  1. ^ Digit is the No. 1 technology magazine in India as per IRS
  2. ^ 9.9 Media acquires Jasubhai Digital Media
  3. ^ Digit Sample Issue
  4. ^ Video Buying Guide on YouTube
  5. ^ Digit Facebook Fan Page
  6. ^ Digit on Twitter
  7. ^ Digit Website
  8. ^ Digit Webinars
  9. ^ Digit Icons of Trust 2009

External links

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