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Tech & Gaming
T3

T3 November 2017

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.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
Frequency:
Monthly
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13 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
gamechanger

SPLIT THE DIFFERENCE The e-Evolution’s electric all-wheel drive is aided by a computer-controlled differential called AYC (Active Yaw Control), which constantly monitors rear tyre grip and controls how much torque each wheel is supplied, making it faster and safer RALLY SCHOOL The AI system uses sensors to monitor your driving and assist you, if need be, but it’s also got a coaching function that teaches you how to drive better MITSUBISHI E-EVOLUTION Mitsubishi’s original Evolution was a motoring icon – a supercar slayer for a pint-sized price. It was basically a 4WD rally car, ever-so-slightly detuned for the road. And it got even better throughout its 10-iteration tenure, until production ended in 2016. But the legend is back, or at least it looks that way, with Mitsubishi’s announcement of the e-Evolution concept. The ‘e’ stands,…

3 min.
meet the team

MATT BOLTON Editor Matt spent most of his time this month stressing over replanning the magazine, then chilling out with Destiny 2. He did find time to cameo as ‘large murderer’ in our VR horror shoot p106 JO GULLIVER Senior art editor Jo has spent all her recent waking hours designing this new-look T3 you’re holding! We’re over the moon about the results, but a bit worried she’ll go to sleep and not wake up until 2018. ANDREW WESTBROOK Operations editor Our Complete Guide to Vinyl feature p100 has got Andy thinking about going retro with his home music, if only it wouldn’t take a metric tonne of records to replace his one ’90s pop Spotify playlist. SPENCER HART Product Editor, t3.com Spencer attempted to move into the Rolls Royce Ghost Black Badge he test-drove this month…

2 min.
editor’s letter

We’ve still got staples like State of the Art and Man vs. Tech, but we’ve added more pages about the gadgets we’re really looking forward to, from cutting-edge innovations to broader lifestyle gear and tips. We’ve also expanded our Home section with even more smart tech, including regular reviews and more advanced automation tips. If you’re a regular reader, you’ll have seen me say in these pages that the ‘gadget’ world is expanding into every area of our lives - everything has an app and wireless connection these days, even your power tools. We’re embracing this with the new T3, and giving this great new stuff the attention and space it deserves. Of course, we still love the high-tech gizmos we always have, and so you’ll find this issue packed with top-quality…

9 min.
horizon

1 GOOGLE PIXEL 2 From £629, store.google.com Break out the bunting, the Big G is back! When Google released its first smartphone, the Pixel, in 2016, it trounced the majority of Android handsets in terms of speed and camera quality. But battery life was middling and the potential of Google Assistant wasn’t fully realised yet. Skip to today and we’re eagerly awaiting the Pixel 2 and its full-bodied sibling, Pixel 2 XL (from £729). The design is an evolution of the original, with both models sporting super-fly displays – a Full HD cinematic AMOLED affair for the Pixel 2 with five-inch screen, and a QHD POLED display, with slimmer bezels, for the 2 XL with six-inch screen. (POLED is new way of making displays that can be thinner than AMOLED.) We’re struck by…

1 min.
adaptive headphones

Your fingerprints are unique to you, but did you know that your hearing is too? Research shows that each of us has different levels of sensitivity to various frequencies of sound. This means you’ll hear music differently to the next person, and will pick up on, or miss, certain notes. So, how do you pick the right headphones for your hearing? Step forward, adaptive audio headphones, such as Nura (£349, nuraphone.com). The Nura uses soundwave tech to automatically measure your hearing, then adapts the music to suit – helping you to hear each note perfectly. The Audeara A-01 ($499/£367.27, audeara.com) also aims to deliver perfectly tailored sound. When you first wear the cans, you perform a simple hearing test. The A-01 then uses your hearing profile to adjust the sound signal as…

1 min.
cutting-edge crowdfunding

HUDWAY CAST Stop fiddling with the music player! Let the Hudway Cast handle playback and voice calls as well as display texts or directions, all in your line of sight while you focus on driving. This slick, portable HUD has now gone live on Kickstarter. £TBC, hudway.co HEY OLLY Small robot, big personality. Hey Olly, the work of London start-up company Emotech, wants to be your new lifestyle assistan and adapts its personality to suit your needs. Hey Olly won four awards at CES 2017 and is crowdfunding on Indiegogo. £TBC, heyolly.com…