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T3 Awards 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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United Kingdom
Future Publishing Ltd
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1 min.

SONIC SOAK As stubborn as a teenage boy – and often created by them – stains have a well-earned reputation for being difficult to shift. And those fancy detergents you can buy at the supermarket are as unreliable as they are expensive. So what’s the answer? Well, boffins in Los Angeles might have cracked that conundrum with an Indiegogo-funded device called the Sonic Soak. Touted as the “world’s first portable ultrasonic cleaner”, this bullet-shaped gadget is placed into a bowl of water with a soiled garment, whereupon it goes about its business of beating the crap out of the unsightly blemish – literally, if necessary – by churning out 50,000 silent but powerful soundwaves per second. The makers of this supercharged vibrator, which is due to land later this year, reckon…

2 min.
meet the team

MATT BOLTON Editor Matt’s personal gadget of the year is the Nintendo Switch. Yes, it came out over a year ago, but with the latest batch of games, and a summer of travel, it’s become his essential companion. CLAIRE DAVIES Senior Content Editor Claire’s favourite gadget of the year is one she’s been using pretty much every day: the Urbanista Tokyo wireless earbuds. They connect easily, fit well and make AC/DC sound better than ever… JO GULLIVER Senior Art Editor Jo’s finess ambitions went up a notch this year with her addiction to the Wattbike Atom. The smart features have turned her into a data obsessive – why train if you can’t track every detail? MICHELLE MCLAREN Art Editor Michelle says she couldn’t live without her Garmin Forerunner 645 Music for running. Having detailed data and being able to leave the…

2 min.
editor’s letter

It’s T3 Awards season once again – the culmination of months of planning, short-listing, and finger-pointing discussions about what elevates a product to the lofty heights of winning an award… or even our big Gadget of the Year gong. In some cases, we’re discussing things outside of our own experiences, such as how much of an impact on the industry we think a product has had, or whether its features have out-innovated something else on the market. And then we talk about the more subjective elements, like which products we think are the most pleasant to use, or made the most difference in our lives. Somewhere in the middle of all that, our jury found a consensus on which devices deserve to be recognised as the best of the best. And…

8 min.

1 SAMSUNG Q900R • £TBC, samsung.com It probably doesn’t seem like two minutes ago that you were shelling out a small fortune on a 4K TV, utterly convinced that the picture you’d just been ogling in the shop was as close as you were ever going to get to real life. Fast forward a year or two and Samsung is about to launch what is essentially the first 8K TV available to consumers in the UK – with four times as many pixels than a 4K TV. The question is, if you were mind-blown by 4K, how much better can this new technology be? Naturally, Samsung thinks you’ll appreciate the difference, hailing the Q900R – ranging in size from 65 to 85 inches – as “nothing short of brilliance in colour, clarity and…

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jack(et) of all trades

1 BARACUTA G9 MODERN HARRINGTON JACKET The G9 is the quintessential harrington jacket, made for wearing with your best shirt, jeans and boots combo. £295, baracuta.com 2 TOPMAN GREEN CONTRAST STITCH DENIM JACKET Denim can look sharp as hell. That stitching, those crisp lines… Wear it with tees, then over hoodies for a toastier, late-autumn vibe. £50, topman.com 3 GUCCI FELT JACKET WITH BEE PATCH Tip your hat to vintage American sportswear with Gucci’s jacket, designed with soft-knit collar, cuffs and bottom, and that insta-recognisable bee applique. £1,450, gucci.com/uk 4 UNIVERSAL WORKS BAKERS CHORE JACKET This jacket offers enough warmth to keep chills at bay. Bonus: you can keep heaps of gadgets in those large patch pockets. £299, universalworks.co.uk 5 MR P FLEECE ZIP-UP SWEATER Plush and teddy bear-soft, you’ll feel super-comfortable in Mr P’s autumn-ready jacket, with raglan sleeves and a ribbed…

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the hottest timepieces right now

NIXON TIME TELLER PUSHEAD The Pushead is based on Nixon’s bestseller, but features Metallica’s iconic graphics, as well as neat details such as torq screw indices and a barbed seconds hand. £110, metallica.com/store TRIWA VIVID KLINGA Aiming to transform watches from status symbol to modern style symbol, TRIWA blends classic silhouettes with Scandinavian simplicity. This watch stands out with playful splashes of colour. £149, triwa.com ALPINA ALPINERX Alpina’s newest watch is every outdoor lover’s dream. As well as telling the time, it combines environmental and movement sensors to measure your activity and the environment around you. £795, alpinawatches.com…