T3 Awards 2021

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HP OMEN 17 Over the last year, the sheer elation and escapism of gaming has really come into its own. But components shortages have made building your own gaming rig nigh on impossible. Fortunately, gaming laptops have become a great alternative, combining top-tier specs with portability. Case in point: the HP Omen 17. Available with up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080, it will make any AAA title gleam, while its max 32GB of RAM and Intel Core i7-11800H processor will absolutely shred any task you can think of. Additionally, its 165Hz QHD display with 3ms response time and Wi-Fi 6E compatibility make lag virtually non-existent – helping you waste any opponent. And HP isn’t only thinking about the short term: its RAM and SSD are easily upgradeable, while its keyboard…

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meet the team

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editor’s letter

As lockdown has eased in recent months, things have quickly begun to feel like business as usual. Long gone is that quintessentially British sight of punters on pavements forcing down pie and mash during a tempest. And the regular release of new top-tier tech has made it feel like the industry is springing into life once again. It’s not all completely hunky dory though. IFA, Europe’s biggest tech conference, has recently decided to pull the plug on September’s event, shrewdly recognising that gathering a quarter of a million delegates during a pandemic may, strictly speaking, not be the wisest idea. Conversely, Mobile World Congress is, at the time of writing, holding firm on returning later this month, despite the fact the number of major brands attending is dropping quicker than the…

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1 SAMSUNG GALAXY BOOK PRO • From £1,099, samsung.com Every so often a company looks at an established market sector and asks why it is the way it is. With the Galaxy Book Pro, Samsung has narrowed its eyes at laptops, and determined that these things just aren’t mobile enough by half. And that doesn’t just mean portable; with the Galaxy Book Pro (and the Pro 360, its flip-top cousin) Samsung is tapping into its considerable experience with smartphones and transferring some likely technology across. This is not a hybrid as such – the ARM CPU of the thin and light Galaxy Book S is gone, replaced by a slightly more Windows-friendly PC processor – but the DNA of phones is there in the super-thin AMOLED display, in the incredibly skinny case design,…

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dive in!

1 HEMINGSWORTH KULBIR GURKHA SWIM SHORT With distinctive double pleats and a crossover belt fastening, these swim shorts are designed for ultimate sophistication pool-side. Cut from lightweight poly/cotton with mesh lining, for the smoothest and most luxurious of feels. £200, hemingsworth.com 2 LYLE & SCOTT GINGHAM SWIM SHORTS The epitome of summer, these men’s swim shorts with all over gingham print feature a rounded hem with split, an internal mesh brief for comfort and support and an elasticated waistband with adjustable drawstring. £45, lyleandscott.com 3 LOS ANGELES SWIM TRUNK STYLE RNF402 Made in South Central, Los Angeles, these trunks are fully lined right to the bottom of the short. Three pockets and a velcro seal mean they’re functional in and outside of the pool. £51, losangelesapparel.eu 4 MR MARVIS THE GOODWOODS SWIM The tailored fit makes you streamlined both in…

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the hottest timepieces right now

SWATCH, BIG BOLD BIOCERAMIC Swatch has mixed two-thirds ceramic and one-third bio-sourced plastic to create a soft, silky and resilient timepiece. The 47mm case is deep and architecturally structured, providing plenty of room to appreciate the movement. £108, swatch.com RAYMOND WEIL, MAESTRO 40MM Sophistication is key here, with an aperture in the pink copper dial revealing the beating heart of the watch. Contemporary steel blue hands offer an elegant match to the blue Roman numerals and leather strap. £1,195, raymond-weil.co.uk AVI-8, SPITFIRE TYPE 300 AUTOMATIC ROYAL BRITISH LEGION Mirroring the iconic Spitfire’s gauges and with a Royal British Legion two-petal poppy at 6 o’clock, this timepiece has been designed to support the men and women who have served over the years. £295, avi-8.com CHRISTOPHER WARD, C63 SEALANDER ELITE Made from Grade 2 titanium, this is CW’s lightest ever mechanical watch…