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T3 July 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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KEECKER Prepare to have your movie night, house party and big-screen gaming sessions elevated with the world’s first voice-enabled multimedia robot for the home. Keecker is designed to bring your favourite forms of media, and entertainment apps, into a central hub, making control of your home’s entertainment much smarter, faster and easier. A party animal and budding DJ, the (iOS, Android) app-connected Keecker runs an Android TV platform (for access to content across Google Play, Chromecast and Google Assistant) and has a built-in 4.1 audio system, featuring four speakers and a subwoofer. It can stream custom playlists from Spotify and Google Play Music, plus internet radio from TuneIn, and uses its integrated 90-degree adjustable video projector to transform any blank wall or ceiling into a big screen. And don’t worry, it…

2 min.
meet the team

MATT BOLTON Editor Matt’s hunt for the best gear to watch the World Cup in 4K (p76) was all-consuming. He’s sick of football now. Good thing it’s all over, and the actual tournament isn’t just about to start. CLAIRE DAVIES Associate Editor Claire’s week off at the beach during this issue was a relaxing haven away from work. Apart from the bit where she tested and wrote about the best tech to take to the beach with you (p20). JO GULLIVER Senior Art Editor During our big smart home feature (p36) photography, Jo became enthralled by the Samsung fridge’s screen. It’s the same stuff you do on a phone, but it’s just different when it’s on a fridge… MICHELLE MCLAREN Art Editor Michelle tried the latest running and fitness tech to see if it could help her complete her first marathon…

2 min.
editor’s letter

When it comes to smart home gear, one of the things I like to see, but that a lot of companies seem to forget, is that the gear needs to actually look nice. Some living room gadgets can get away with being a bit ‘techy’ – we don’t expect Blu-ray players to be especially avant garde – but if you’re making something that’s supposed to sit on shelves or a coffee table, you need to offer more than a functional plastic enclosure. That’s why I love something like the Mondaine Smart stop2go Clock that’s in our smart home feature, starting on p36. It starts off as a classic clock, using the company’s Swiss railway design that dates back to 1944 and yet still looks ultra-modern. I’d already love to have it…

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SAYS… OnePlus has gone from bargain brand to big dog. This thing is seriously capableMatt Bolton, Editor 1 ONEPLUS 6 ● From £469, oneplus.com/uk Fast and smooth aren’t qualities you’d necessarily want in a first date (maybe), but they’re definitely attractive in a smartphone. And the polished-looking OnePlus 6 has both in spades, especially super-fast speed. Dressed in a classic monochrome colour palette of Midnight Black, Mirror Black or crisp Silk White, this new flagship phone is the definition of smart and beautiful, coming loaded with a Snapdragon 845 CPU, Adreno 630 GPU and 8GB of RAM. The OnePlus 6 flaunts a stunning all-glass body, though we can’t help thinking it’ll end up slathered in sticky fingerprints within minutes of use. If you have a soft spot for bigger phones, this one will take advantage…

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a beach-proof setup

SAYS… This tough tech can stand the sand, and turn any beach trip into a party!Claire Davies, Associate Editor 1 VIVOBAREFOOT X FINISTERRE WATERPROOF RUCKSACK Few brands do ocean-going clothing and accessories with as much style and ethical awareness as Finisterre. Grab its fully waterproof rucksack (designed in collaboration with running brand Vivobarefoot) and bundle in everything you need for an epic day at the beach. The spacious 35-litre capacity is plenty enough for clothing, blankets, sunscreen and even a folding selfie drone. There’s straps ahoy, too, including comfy padded shoulder straps and a chest strap for good weight distribution. £110, finisterre.com 2 ULTIMATE EARS WONDERBOOM Listen to your Spotify playlists and take voice calls, in and out of the sea, with Ultimate Ears’ most popular waterproof Bluetooth speaker. The Wonderboom is your buddy for rocking…

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surf’s up

1 ZADIG & VOLTAIRE SHARK HAWAII SHIRT Quench summer’s thirst for colourful looks by pairing pink chinos with this joyful Hawaiian number, designed with pajama collar and mother of pearl buttons. £155, farfetch.com/uk 2 BURTON HULA PRINT SHIRT Break out your tailored dark chinos or jeans and partner them with Burton’s lightweight Hula Print Shirt, just perfect for surviving sticky-hot weather. £25, burton.co.uk 3 TOD’S CAMP-COLLAR PRINTED SILK-TWILL SHIRT For a luxe approach to the tropical trend, choose Tod’s silk-twill offering with a relaxed fit that falls softly over the body. £280, mrporter.com 4 WADER HAWAIIAN SHIRT All Saints has a stunning 11-strong Hawaiian shirt collection, including the Wader, a Chrome Grey crane print inspired by vintage kimonos. £85, allsaints.com 5 PALM TREE SHIRT Zara’s relaxed fit bowling shirt is a total steal, and the monochrome palm tree print will help gently ease…