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T3 Celebration 2019

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
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showstopper

ORTOFON CENTURY TURNTABLE With the vinyl revolution in full swing, surely vintage ‘record parties’ will grow in popularity too. And being the distinguished host that you are, you don’t want your guests sneering at your sub-standard turntable, do you? Well, there’s no chance of that happening with this stylish spinner. To mark its 100th anniversary, Danish audio expert Ortofon has teamed up with Austria’s Pro-Ject to produce the Century, a record player based around the former company’s esteemed Classic SB, but with additional features. Built upon an elegant piano-black and silver aluminium chassis, it oozes sophistication without being showy. And the sound it produces is equally refined, thanks to the inclusion of a pre-installed Ortofon Concorde cartridge, pure silver coils that deliver superb conductivity, a precision-balanced TPE-damped aluminium platter and ultra-low-friction…

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meet our advertising team

UK COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR CLARE DOVE clare.dove@futurenet.com +44 (0)7432 442244 ACCOUNT DIRECTOR ANDREW TILBURY andrew.tilbury@futurenet.com +44 (0)7432 442244, ACCOUNT MANAGER ISABEL LINCOLN-MOORE isabel.lincoln-moore@futurenet.com, +44 (0)1225 442244 SENIOR AD MANAGER SASHA McGREGOR sasha.mcgregor@futurenet.com, +44 (0)1225 442244 THE GLOBAL MAGAZINE T3 is currently licensed worldwide, from Australia to Mexico HOW TO LICENSE T3 Interested in publishing a licensed version of T3 in your territory? Please direct enquiries to T3’s Senior Licensing & Syndication Manager, Matt Ellis (matt.ellis@futurenet.com; +44 (0)1225 442244) VISIT T3.COM We’ve overhauled T3.com – the best site for gadget news and reviews now has a great new look and is fully responsive, enabling you to enjoy it on any device.…

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editor’s letter

300 issues. When T3 launched, Tony Blair was still the upstart opposition to John Major. There were still five Spice Girls. Steve Jobs was still exiled from Apple. There was no Channel 5 yet (though Sky had just launched Sky 2, which didn’t last long). It’s been a hell of an epoch. We didn’t want to get too introspective about this milestone, because no one wants to chat to the drunk old mag in the corner banging on about how things were better when they were on MiniDisc, but we did want to build an issue that celebrated the tech of our past, of the present, and that looks to the future. So we’ve got our nod to the past – a look back at issue #1 with its editor (p32). You…

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t3’s mission

Our mission is to bring you the clearest recommendations we can – and that means a great deal of hard work happens before a product even reaches our pages! Because we only feature products the T3 team would happily use ourselves, we end up discarding a significant number of options in each category before settling on a final shortlist to review. We select only the best of the best for our Tested section; the gear we know you’ll want to seriously consider purchasing. And that should mean an end to you having to undertake hours of painstaking research and product comparisons. You won’t see any duff products, but you will come away with clarity on which one is the best in its category or for a specific task: our awards badges (see…

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horizon

1 APPLE iPHONE 11 PRO/11 PRO MAX • From £1,049/£1,149, apple.com/uk September is new iPhone time, and Apple’s latest batch of high-end phones doesn’t disappoint. The list of upgrades isn’t that big compared with last year’s iPhone XS models (in a lot of ways, this feels like an XSS), but they still add up to a brilliant package, especially for people upgrading from an older model. The key new features are the screen and camera. The displays (5.8 inches on the 11 Pro, 6.5 inches on the 11 Pro Max) now feature OLED tech that beats your average TV, with a peak brightness of 1,200 nits, which gives you unbelievably HDR performance. This could seriously be the best device for watching movies that you own, especially with the new Dolby Atmos-enabled spatial speaker…

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breaking new ground

You might not be able to guess by looking at its traditional exterior, but the e-tron is unlike any Audi that’s come before. In fact, the e-tron (from £71,520, audio.co.uk) is the first all-electric car from the German brand, yet is designed to feel familiar to Audi drivers, helping to make the switch from fossil fuel less intimidating. Everything about audi’s new car is designed to help it power through the air smoothly, with bulky wing mirrors quickly ditched in favour of narrow, aerodynamic cameras. These beam images of what’s behind you to two interior OLED displays. It’s futuristic and takes some getting used to. The interior feels familiar, bedecked with typical Audi style. Not surprisingly, technology takes centre stage with a plethora of displays (some of which have haptic feedback), voice…

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