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T3 September 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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HIUNI SMART TELESCOPEThe night sky may look pretty much the same as it did 50 years ago (give or take the odd cepheid variable), but the tech that enables us to examine it has expanded. Available for pre-order now, the Hiuni Smart Telescope is a true gamechanger, offering all the fun of a traditional telescope and adding a layer of connected smarts for enhanced viewing. Not only can you control this portable telescope from your tablet or smartphone, you also have the option to share its live views with astronomers all over the world, facilitating debates about the existence of alien life forms. Our favourite feature is Sky Map, which enables you to locate a celestial landmark from an interactive diagram, then kick back as the telescope, which boasts a…

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meet the team

MATT BOLTONEditorMaking a list of around 200 gadgets you mostly can’t live without, and then whittling it down to 101 you definitely can’t live without (p30) ate up Matt’s whole month. It’s a lot of gadgets, folks.MICHELLE MCLARENArt EditorWe nearly lost Michelle on a mountain during this month’s Man vs Tech challenge (p82). Granted that was more or less the idea, but it’s still a scary thought when you consider the paperwork.PAUL DOUGLASGlobal Editor-in-Chief, T3.comPaul recently rode around the Black Forest on an electric motorbike with more torque than a MotoGP race machine (p18). Thankfully he lived to tell the tale.ROB JONESTech & Gaming Editor, T3.comThe mini 3D printer we’re reviewing this month (p98) caught Rob’s eye. Individual stands for his vast console controller collection is a noble goal. Godspeed,…

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editor’s letter

Working on our list of the 101 Gadgets You Can’t Live Without got me thinking about the tech I’d really hate to go without myself. Smart smoke alarms are way up there – knowing the house hasn’t burnt down while I’m away is, y’know, nice. Watching beautiful movies in 4K HDR has definitely spoiled me for watching in the old formats. And when I think of the giant laptops I used to carry instead of the super-light iPad Pro for work, I get a ghost backache I thought I’d long escaped.The feature is all about these little improvements – gadgets that make your life pleasantly easier once you have them, and leave you far more time or freedom for the stuff tech can’t do.With the release of the Parrot Anafi…

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1 ASTON MARTIN DBS SUPERLEGGERA• From £225,000, astonmartin.comAston Martin’s DBS Superleggera, which combines the DBS nameplate the brand first used in 1967 with the iconic badge of Italian coachmaker Touring, is such an insanely attractive and supremely designed Super GT that we couldn’t help but show it off to you.The new flagship ride in Aston Martin’s production line, the DBS Superleggera gets its design cues from classic Aston Martin lines and shifts them into a wide-waisted, aggressive stance. That revised two-door look is backed up with a similarly muscular power plant. The huge 715bhp, 5.2-litre twin-turbo V12 engine, set low and as far back as possible, has muscle to spare, but the Superleggera badge isn’t just there for looks – Aston Martin has paid tribute to Touring’s ideals by making…

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nine to five

1 PAUL SMITH ARTIST WEBBING BACKPACKWith plenty of compartments, Paul Smith’s backpack marries function with fashion, and holds a decent amount of work gear.£350, matchesfashion.com2 BURTON ROCKINGHAM BACKPACKA low-key backpack that lets the rest of your outfit do the talking, the Rockingham can shuttle your laptop, lunch box and headphones to and from the office.£23.99, burton.co.uk3 ASOS DESIGN FAUX LEATHER MESS ENGER BAGStuff your laptop, brolly and headphones into the main compartment, with any valuables stashed in the interior zip pocket.£25, asos.com4 DAVID GANDY X ASPINAL AERODROME BRIEFCASEA classic briefcase with a modern edge, crafted from smooth, tan leather and designed with a handy smartphone charger.£495, aspinaloflondon.com5 FORBES & LEWIS SOMERSET HOLDALLDo you travel regularly for work? This waterproof holdall makes for a stylish way to house all of your…

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the hottest timepieces right now

MARLOE HASKELLA striking mix of classic and contemporary watch design, bolstered by a smooth, polished casing, Marloe has crafted the Haskell with the modern day adventurer in mind.£745, marloewatch company.comHAMILTON KHAKI X-WIND CHRONO LIMITED EDITIONCelebrating 100 years of timing the skies, this retro chronograph, limited to 1918 pieces, is packed with cutting-edge features, including a drift-angle calculator.£2,250, hamiltonwatch.comORIS ORIGINAL POINTER DATEAvailable with metal or leather straps, Oris’ handsome 754 mechanical automatic timepiece dazzles with a 40mm stainless steel case and coin-edged bezel inspired by jet engine turbines.From £925, oris.ch ■…