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T3 India

T3 India

February 2020

T3 India. Each issue is packed full of the latest tech news and analysis, gadget reviews, intelligent features and a buying guide.

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India
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Next Gen Publishing Limited
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1 min.
ruark linley tempo

Such is the array of home-entertainment options you can get these days, it’s a wonder that anyone still bothers with radio. Or at least it was a wonder until we clapped eyes on the Tempo. A collaboration between audio expert Ruark and royal furniture maker Linley, this British-made tuner is a devastating collision of sonic smarts and sartorial flair. With support for DAB, DAB+ and FM radio bands, a Bluetooth receiver and an aux input, there’s a wide variety of listening choices – and with a RotoDial on the top and a clear OLED display at the front, navigating your way around your favourite stations and songs couldn’t be easier. However, as satisfying as the technology is, the Tempo’s biggest selling point is most definitely its looks. Hand-crafted with solid…

1 min.
editor’s letter

Get ready for our pro selection of 2020 gadgets The year has just started but it seems to be busier and packed with tech than before. For our cover story this month, take a look at some of the gadgets you can use to get fitter, improve health or enjoy your free time. As for the launches this month, Samsung was busy launching their new smartphones, including the Galaxy S10 and the Note10 Lite whereas Audi unveiled its flagship SUV. Canon and Nikon also introduced their new offerings and so was Honor with their new phone and two wearables. Monthly reviews include DJI’s latest drone, Sony’s handy RX100 camera and a few more. However, the gadgets we liked the most were Amazon’s Echo Auto that brings Alexa functionality to the car and Asus…

1 min.
t3 india

Executive Editor Kunal Gangar Consulting Editor Girish Mallya Correspondent Gautam Doshi Contributors Anshuman Ghosh, Rohinton Mehta Editor (UK) Matt Bolton Contributors (UK) Duncan Bell, Claire Davies, Alex Cox, Tamara Hinson, David Nield Publisher Girish Mallya Head Design & Production Ravi Parmar Senior Designer Prakash Gavnang Photography Mahesh Reddy Production Supervisor Dinesh Bhajnik Product Manager Perseus Master General Manager North and East - Ellora Das Gupta General Manager South - Girish Shet Circulation Manager Circulation North and East - Kapil Kaushik…

11 min.
horizon top launches

TESLA CYBERTRUCK ₹TBA, tesla.com Whether it’s making all-electric supercars or launching rockets into space, Tesla certainly knows how to grab our attention. Well, Elon Musk and co didn’t so much grab our attention with its new concept vehicle, the Cybertruck, as lift us up by the lapels and throw us squarely into the future. Looking like something imagined by a 1980s filmmaker (and no doubt some will hate its entire design aesthetic), this mean-looking four-wheeler is described by Tesla as having “better utility than a truck, with more performance than a sports car”. That’s quite some combination, and the spec sheet certainly seems to back up that lofty claim… The Cybertruck boasts the same protective stainless-steel skin as Tesla’s Starship space raider, as well as ultra-tough glass, up to 16 inches of ground clearance…

1 min.
mr blue sky

1 OFFICINE GENERALE BENOIT SHIRT A shirt to go with everything – jeans in winter, chinos in spring, tailored shorts in summer. Looks ace worn open over a white tee. mrporter.com 2 PRINGLE COLOUR BLOCK JUMPER Want just a splash of classic blue? Then colourblock is the way forward. Pringle’s lightweight jumper is made from luxurious silk cotton, with a flattering slim flit. farfetch.com 3 POLO RALPH LAUREN JERSEY T SHIRT A slightly darker shade than classic blue, but still plenty vibrant. Wear this one on its own with jeans and trousers, or layer underneath a jumper for extra warmth. flannels.com 4 APC MAURICE PLAIN HOODIE Use this royal blue hoodie to add a big colour pop against darker clothing. It’s soft and warm, taking you from winter to spring. farfetch.com 5 FINISTERRE NIMBUS JACKET Throw on Finisterre’s lightweight…

1 min.
money no object

When you’re chilling out at home, sometimes you want to elevate your loungewear game far beyond the humble bed sock. Slippers are an obvious choice here, especially ones as elegant and timeless as the Henrick mule style slippers by A. Andreassen. Traditional shoe-making techniques come into play here, along with premium natural materials used to craft a slipper that will last through many relaxed meanderings around your home. The Henrick mule style slippers pictured above are made with supple, flexible and breathable nubuck leather uppers and a leather lined in-sole, coupled with a natural crepe rubber sole delivering better grip on hard flooring and smooth surfaces. If you’d prefer a different material, try the durable Wool Felt version. The nubuck leather slippers come in a handsome Midnight Blue and an…