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T3 April 2018

Our writers are as passionate about gadgets as you are, and this is reflected in insightful articles that cover every aspect of technology. In the Hype section, you'll read about cutting-edge launches; tech that truly has the 'wow' factor. Each month, Agenda recommends seven adventures that you can have with tech right now – everything from filming extreme sports on your GoPro action camera to taking a flight on a jetpack! Select is where we review the latest and greatest new products, from hardware to games and apps. And Elite is the ultimate tech buyer's guide – your first port of call if you're looking to buy something new for yourself or your home. Please Note: Digital editions do not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies.

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WATER GOOD IDEA You can adjust the speed of the G2X by using the handheld waterproof (obviously) wireless controller. It also displays the current battery level and, cleverly, it’ll vibrate when the charge gets low, so you don’t get stranded at sea RADINN G2X Spring is almost upon us, so naturally it’s that time of year to start planning summer activities. If you’re anything like us at T3, you love the idea of heading to the coast with a surfboard at your side, but can’t actually surf for toffee. So, let us introduce you to the Radinn G2X: a surfboard powered by an electric motor, allowing you to skim along the sea in silence and enjoy the gnarly side of life without actually having to learn how to surf. With a 3,800-watt motor…

3 min.
meet the team

MATT BOLTON Editor This month, Matt led turning the Hot 100 (p34) from a vague cloud of ideas into a real list. He can’t remember the last time he saw a screen that didn’t have a giant Google Doc on it. JO GULLIVER Senior Art Editor Jo took on the vital role of checking our height in this issue’s Man vs Tech feature testing drop-proof gadgets (p84). Admittedly, choosing someone who’s only 5’ 3” did make things a bit awkward. ANDREW WESTBROOK Operations Editor Is monitoring the air itself (p70) taking the quantified smart home too far? Not for Andy, who’s determined to eliminate dust from his life completely and become our very own Howard Hughes. SPENCER HART Product & Style Editor, T3.com What’s the most stressed you’ve ever been? Spencer got the dubious ‘honour’ of transporting…

2 min.
editor’s letter

Every year, T3 runs down the most important gadgets, people and developments in tech that will shape things to come. It’s the Hot 100, and I’m really excited to bring you this year’s list, starting on p34! We started with a spreadsheet of hundreds of potential entries, thrown in by the whole T3 team. It was a hell of a thing, and we were still adding to it even as we tried frantically to cut it down. It took days to sort through, camped out as close to the office coffee machine as possible, but we got there. We wrestled (almost literally) a lot over what should come first, and you could make a case for so many things near the top of the list, but I think our winner has…

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1 SAMSUNG GALAXY S9 • From £739, samsung.com Sometimes the smallest changes have the biggest impact, a notion Samsung is seemingly throwing its weight behind with the Galaxy S9. At first glance, it’s easy to assume that Samsung’s new flagship smartphone is little more than a refined version of last year’s S8, with an almost identical hardware suite packed into a lush slab of metal and glass. Look closer, however, and you’ll notice some pleasing tweaks and innovations. Although the S9 has the same screen as the S8 – a 5.8-inch (6.2-inch on the S9+) QHD+ Super AMOLED display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio – Samsung has chosen to tweak the landscape mode so that the entire user interface now rotates to fit the widescreen format. The big news with the S9 is the innovative…

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the jean genie

1 VERSUS DISTRESSED DENIM JACKET Here’s a surprisingly versatile jacket with chunky, contrasting buttons, well-placed rips and a ton of attitude. Wear it with a pair of your coolest sneakers. £323, farfetch.com 2 LEVI’S TRUCKER JACKET Stand out everywhere with this Party Island Print trucker. Too snazzy for ya? Tone it down with the Hula Collar version instead. £95, levi.com/GB 3 MAISON MARGIELA FITTED DENIM JACKET Give your battered Breton tee a lift with the French label’s boxy fit jacket, designed with a classic collar and statement pockets. £675, farfetch.com 4 TOM FORD DENIM JACKET Do you like looking as though you’ve stepped off the cover of a ’70s Americana album? Well then slip into Tom Ford’s gorgeously faded jacket, pronto. £785, mrporter.com 5 TOPMAN BLUE CINCH BACK JACKET Keep your look vintage with a simple white tee under Topman’s classic-fit blue jean…

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the hottest timepieces right now

CHRISTOPHER WARD C5 MALVERN 595 Less is more with the 595, a mechanical dress watch crafted with an ultra-slim 5.95mm case set against a rich Opalin White or Cool Grey dial. £595, christopherward.co.uk BELL & ROSS BR V1-92 BELLYTANKER Inspired by the highspeed race cars made from the belly tanks of fighter planes, the BR V1-92 has a defined 1940s vibe thanks to that gilt metallic copper dial. £1,950, bellross.com OPTIK INSTRUMENTS HORIZON The quirky Horizon watch uses a rotating disc to tell the time, showing the main waypoints in each hour and offering three ways for you to read the face. £349, optikinstruments.com…