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T3 January 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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Éditeur:
Future Publishing Ltd
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showstopper

BANG & OLUFSEN X DAVID LYNCH Twin Peaks legend David Lynch first brought his design talents into the spotlight back in 1997, when he designed furniture for his film Lost Highway, before going on to present a furniture collection at the prestigious Milan Furniture Fair. In recent years the director has lent his design prowess to audio tech, most notably with Bang & Olufsen. Artwork by David Lynch, his second collaboration with the Danish brand, comprises the highly portable Beoplay P2 (£175) and the more powerful, multi-room compatible Beoplay M5 (£700). Both speakers are embossed with select images from Lynch’s War Between the Shapes series of works, created on paper in the 1970s, and from the ‘Paris Suite’ lithographs created in 2007 at the fine art printing studio Idem in Paris.…

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meet the team

MATT BOLTON Editor As the office’s biggest tablet user, Matt wrote our big review of the iPad Pro (p82). He said it’s his second favourite tablet, after the Scottish sugar stuff, but it makes his teeth hurt less. MICHELLE McLAREN Art Editor Michelle had a fantastic time torturing the poor writer of our waterproof tech feature (p52). The water was freezing cold, but she just kept making him plunge his hands back in. “Again! Again!” she cackled. PAUL DOUGLAS Global Editor-in-Chief Paul’s fervent interest in the newly-crowned best noise-cancelling headphones (p92) was because he wanted to drown us out for some peace and quiet. If only they could block out Slack too… ROB JONES Tech & Gaming Editor Our keeper of the phones oversaw our review of the best giant handsets (p64). Switching to the Palm phone (p16) we’re reviewing next…

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editor’s letter

I think that for a lot of people (by which I mean myself), the thing that first got them interested in the idea of smart home tech was purely how cool it is to have something like your lights turn on in specific modes with just a tap or a spoken phrase. Smart heating has been around just as long, but is a lot less sexy, even though it’s the upgrade that probably has a bigger impact on your quality of life, and your wallet, over time. Our cover feature this issue (p37) is about the practical side of the smart home. Yes, most of it is also still extremely cool, but here we’re looking at how it can save you time and help you go greener, which will also save…

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horizon

1 AUDI E-TRON • From £70,805, audi.co.uk Audi’s first all-electric car is here, and it’s an SUV, which surprised us, but that shape gives it plenty of space to pack in the tech. The e-tron is built to go the distance, with a range of 248 miles, plus fast charging at up to 150kW, which means you can get an 80 per cent charge in half an hour, or 100 per cent in 50 minutes. It’s driven by two electric motors – one dedicated to the front wheels, one to the rear – giving it classic Audi Quattro four-wheel drive. The snappiness of electric motors is put to good use too: despite being a nearly five-metre SUV, it can do 0-62mph in under six seconds. The motors have a Boost Mode to help…

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compact pc gaming gear

SAYS… “The capability of a high-end gaming PC in a tiny space”Rob Jones, Tech & Gaming Editor 1 ASUS ROG SWIFT PG27UQ This 27-inch monitor from Asus could give Dan breathtaking imagery without dominating his desk space. Even if his gaming machine can’t quite handle 4K just yet; when he eventually upgrades, it’s nice to know it’s there, and the PG27UQ not only boasts 4K pixels, but G-Sync HDR for the best gaming visuals out there – and yes, there are titles that support Nvidia’s proprietary HDR tech: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, for one. Backing this up is a 144Hz refresh rate, for a buttery-smooth image. £1,998, asus.com 2 LOGITECH G903 + POWERPLAY MAT A match made in heaven: when the G903, Logitech’s top dog wireless mouse, is placed upon its Powerplay mouse pad compadre, it will…

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keep it buttoned

1 MR P DOUBLE-BREASTED BOUCLÉ PEACOAT This is the reliable winter coat you need. The navy colour is versatile while the wool and cashmere blend is super cosy. £575, mrporter.com 2 COS TAILORED COAT The classic cut makes this coat ideal for more formal moments. It’s made from a wool blend and features neatly hidden buttons. £180, cosstores.com 3 KENZO PADDED SHELL COAT Brace yourself for the winter bite with this outdoorsy shell coat from Kenzo. It comes with an adjustable hood and ribbed cuffs, and looks great with sweatpants. £510, harveynichols.com 4 BELSTAFF DURAN DOUBLE-BREASTED OVERCOAT Go practically anywhere with this rugged overcoat from Belstaff. The insulating wool blend keeps the heat in while you’re out, and looks super-sharp in the process. £650, mrporter.com HARRIS WHARF LONDON SINGLE-BREASTED OVERCOAT If you need a staple coat then this one from Harris Wharf should…

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