T3 September 2020

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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meet the team

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money no object

Looking to bring some chic to your feet when hitting the streets? These sneakers are Tom Ford’s big play into streetwear. That doesn’t mean there’s any less attention to detail going on here though – the Jago Neoprene Suede and Leather Sneakers are crafted in Italy, with individual panels of supple tan leather, hard-wearing yet flexible red neoprene, and soft-touch suede. Pull tabs at the back of each sneaker put pay to you having to wrestle them on each day, while cushioned insoles boost the support the offer. The rubber soles should keep you upright when it’s slick outside, too – a definite plus as we head into autumn. Not that we’d recommend wearing these sneakers off-road any time soon – they’re far too cool to ruin with mud and…

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ahead of the curve

Wide feet can be a blessing, as having a broader foundation makes you stand more firmly. It can also be a burden, especially for bike riders, as most cycling shoes can’t accommodate wider feet. Behold then, the new Fizik Tempo Overcurve R4 Wide cycling shoe range (£194.99, fizik.com). It literally expands on the original design to provide a roomier forefoot, higher volume ball and wider metatarsal area. Also, thanks to the Boa IP1 dial, the fit of the shoes can be further fine-tuned for more comfort.…

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aviar r67 mustang fastback

Almost nothing encapsulates the gas-guzzling thrill of mid-20th century motoring like the Ford Mustang, a design icon that surely must be many petrolheads’ dream wheels. Well now you can drive one without the guilt: Aviar is updating the classic muscle car for the 2020s by combining its classic lines and raw power with an electric engine. Built on the Tesla Model S platform and scheduled for production in 2021, the R67 has an all-carbon-fibre body inspired by the classic 1967 Mustang fastback while its electric engine will be able to top 155mph and accelerate from 0-60mph in 2.2 seconds. Meanwhile its 100kW/h battery should last you over 315 miles – all while its external sound system simulates the noise of a classic V8 engine. The pleasing blend of classic and…

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1 SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 20 ULTRA • From £1,179, samsung.com Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event hurled a whole stack of products on us all at once, from the Galaxy Watch 3 and bean-shaped Galaxy Buds to the Galaxy Tab S7 and the second generation Galaxy Fold. All exciting stuff, but the highlight of the event was the company’s latest refresh in the decade-long legacy of its Note family of phablets. The Note 20 and its bigger (and, arguably, much better) counterpart, the Note 20 Ultra, absolutely stole the show. Like the 2019 release of the Galaxy Note 10 and 10+, which essentially positioned the 10+ as the lead device, we suspect the Note 20 Ultra is Samsung’s real take on the platform. There’s more to it than a simple design change, squaring off the…

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crank it up

Turbo trainers were one of the first types of fitness equipment to sell out earlier this year. This is understandable: some cyclists didn’t want to give up their hobby despite being indoors and they also might not have had the space to house a full-size exercise bike. And when it comes to turbo trainers, the Wahoo KICKR has always been considered a best-in-class model, even before the release of the new fifth-generation one (£999.99, wahoofitness.com), a silent yet powerful smart trainer that makes indoor cycling even more realistic and fun. The new KICKR is not only more accurate but also provides this accuracy without the need for users to perform a spin down, which is almost unbelievable and definitely more convenient. The new AXIS feet of the fifth-generation KICKR makes virtual rides…