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May 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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meet the team

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editor’s letter

The outdoor tech features we’ve got this issue (p29) were incredibly well-timed from our point of view, because the weather turned beautiful as we were finishing them, and we were able to take a load of our own advice about spending more time enjoying time outdoors and less time putting in hard work.We’re covering both relaxing in the garden and getting away from civilisation, but also the biggest change that’s coming for commuters: personal electric vehicles (p50). For journeys of a few miles, these often prove much faster than cars, and won’t get you as hot and sweaty as a push bike – the right one could save you hours of travelling per week!One of my favourite tech trends of the last few years is Bluetooth becoming a more common…

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Part of the new camera system is a different type of sensor: instead of the usual RGB pixels, the P30 Pro uses RYYB (red-yellow-yellow-blue), because yellow pixels can take in twice as much light as their green equivalents1 HUAWEI P30 PROFrom £899, huaweiThe P20 Pro was one of the stand-out phones of last year, and its successor upgrades pretty much everything. The screen is now a 6.47-inch OLED with HDR support and a wider P3 colour gamut, the powerful Kirin 980 chip from the Mate 20 Pro powers it, the notch is reduced to just a drop, and then there’s the cameras…The Leica quad system is a whole new setup, and in our early tests with the phone, it’s clear that this is a hugely impressive and impossibly versatile camera…

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a spring clean setup

THE READERCarla MorrisCarla wants to do a big spring clean and is looking for easy to use, lightweight tech that either does the cleaning for her (and does it well), or tackles the jobs she hates the most.THE EXPERTChris BarnesTech journalist Chris loves nothing better than cleaning his house. So much so, he recently took on a T3 challenge to see if tech was a match for his elbow grease (it was).1 iROBOT ROOMBA i7+Tick hoovering off your to-do list. The Roomba i7+ harnesses Imprint Smart Mapping to learn the layout of your home, so your only job is to program a cleaning schedule within the Roomba app – your robot buddy will do the rest. Aside from powerful suction, what sets the i7+ apart is its Clean Base Automatic…

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true blue

1 RALPH LAUREN BUTTONDOWN CHAMBR AY SHIRTYou can wear a chambray buttoned or open, making it a versatile and reliable addition to your spring repertoire. £109, farfetch.com2 AC NE STUDIOS NORTH SKINNY-FIT DENIM JEANSThe light wash on these jeans from Acne fades nicely from the hems. Mix with white or go for darker shades of blue. £220, mrporter.com3 TODD SNYDER SELVEDGE DENIM JACKETGet this Japanese-style jacket in ‘dad wash’ as your ideal spring outer layer. The quality selvedge denim is also a plus. £220, toddsnyder.com4 FRAME L’HOMME CUT-OFF DENIM SHORTSIt’s spring and so that means the time to invest in denim cut-offs has arrived. Made in the United States, the distressed construction here is a winner. £185, matchesfashion.com5 RAG AND BONE MARILYN BASEBALL CAPYou don’t necessarily need streetwear style to…

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the hottest timepieces right now

G-SHOCK MTG-B1000Manufactured from ‘unbreakable’ stainless steel, carbon fibre, and very tough sapphire glass, this watch will keep accurate time anywhere in the world using the Connected Engine module. £750, g-shock.co.ukHAMILTON KHAKI FIELD MURPHA beautiful reproduction of the watch featured in Interstellar. The Khaki Field Murph is strictly limited to 2,555 pieces (because one hour on planet Miller equals 2,555 Earth days). £835, hamiltonwatch.comSWATCH FLYMAGICThe first watch to feature the innovative material ‘Nivachron’. Its anti-magnetic properties keep the watch ticking accurately, while the funky, reversed design helps you stand out from the crowd. £1,500, swatch.com…