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T3 December 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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FOOD COLOURINGPhone manufacturers love getting imaginative with their colour options these days, and Samsung is no different. For the new Galaxy A9, it’s gone for a foodie theme: the handset comes in Caviar Black, Lemonade Blue or Bubblegum PinkSAMSUNG GALAXY A9The Beatles, the seasons, Teletubbies… If there’s one thing history has taught us, it’s that the best things come in fours. This fact was clearly not lost on Samsung when it came to designing the new Galaxy A9, a handset now known as “the world’s first quad-camera smartphone”. Four cameras might sound gimmicky, but each performs a useful function. As well as the main shooter, created to take gloriously clear and bright pictures at up to 24MP (f1.7), there’s also an ultra-wide camera (8MP, f2.4) with a 120-degree field of…

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meet the team

MATT BOLTONEditorAs cold season arrives, Matt’s gone all Howard Hughes and filled his house with smart air purifiers (p64) to get rid of irritants. They won’t help with viruses, but at least he’s happy.MICHELLE MCLARENArt EditorMichelle was gutted that she couldn’t make the photo shoot for our skiing tech feature (p52), but given that she has to wear gloves to keep warm even in the office, it was probably for the best.PAUL DOUGLASGlobal Editor-in-Chief, T3.comTo protect himself from wild drivers when on his bike, Paul insists on having the latest drones (p68) following him at all times. Apparently a dash cam wasn’t cool enough.ROB JONESTech & Gaming Editor, T3.comRob’s been wrestling with his feelings about the Google Pixel 3 XL (p98) this month. The camera is irresistible, but he’s anti-notch,…

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editor’s letter

The Christmas theme runs throughout the rest of our issue too, from our picks of the best gaming accessories (p85), to our super-snazzy watches that will perfect both your festive party outfit and everyday look (p77).We were so excited to get our hands on the first 8K TV in our big review this issue (p92). The practicalities of watching anything in 8K are still… well, totally impractical, because there’s almost no content. But I didn’t get this job by being sensible about hot new tech. I want a 33-million-pixel screen that can upscale 4K video to sweet 8K nirvana, and I’ll be damned if anything as boring as ‘it actually being useful’ is going to stop me.I can only see 8K being a novelty for the time being – neither…

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Apple has gone all controversial again by getting rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack. You can buy a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter to use your wired cans, or you can go wireless, basicallyPERFECT FOR ChristmasFACE ID COMES TO TABLETThe new iPad Pro design ditches the Home button and adds Face ID for secure unlocking. Unlike iPhones, though, it works whatever way up you’re holding the iPad. If you’re covering the sensor with your hand when it’s trying to scan, it’ll flash a warning on the screenAPPLE PENCIL V2The new iPad Pros will work with Apple’s next-gen Pencil, which is a big upgrade. It now attaches to the iPad magnetically, and charges wireless while connected. It also has a touch button for triggering different tools within apps, and it can wake…

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sweater weather

1 NORSE PROJECTS BIRNIR FAIR ISLE CREW KNITAchieve maximum cosiness this Christmas with a Fair Isle sweater tailor-made for the holiday season. The brushed wool and seamless knit are big on comfort.£180, mrporter.com2 BARBOUR ESSENTIAL CABLE CREW NECK JUMPEROne for heavy use, this cable knit sweater should be paired with long sleeve thermals, and matches perfectly with jeans and boots.£90, farfetch.com3 MAISON KITSUNÉ TWO-TONE WOOL SWEATERJust looking at this sweater induces a warm feeling – try wearing it, too! The two-tone grey colourway is hugely wearable.£200, mrporter.com4 A.P.C. DIRECTEUR MERINO WOOL SWEATERThis slim-fit camel sweater is ideal for keeping in regular rotation. Subtle and practical, it’s an easy thrown-on piece for any occasion.£290, matchesfashion.com5 BELSTAFF PARKLAND CREW NECK JUMPERGet through the most inclement of weather with this all-over ribbed cotton…

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driving home for christmas

With the low sun and icy conditions on the roads, winter driving can feel daunting. Thankfully, running simple checks helps make it safer. First, check your fluid levels, particularly oil, antifreeze and screenwash. For oil, check the dipstick when the car is warm and parked on level ground.Check you have plenty of fuel, because vehicles use more in the winter, lowering their range. Electric cars suffer badly in cold weather, losing as much as 50 per cent of their usual range, so plan extra charging stops.If any lights aren’t working then your car will have failed its MOT, but since this could be almost a year ago, it’s worth checking them again yourself. You should also make sure that every light is clear when driving after it has snowed.Check for…