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T3 Australia

T3 Australia

Issue 190

Australia's favourite tech mag, packed with the hottest kit, latest reviews, and in-depth features. Whether you're looking to make a purchase or just read about the latest developments in tech, T3 is an essential read. Our motto is 'Life's better with T3', and we genuinely believe that.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
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13 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

1 min.
ortofon century turntable

With the vinyl revolution in full swing, surely vintage ‘record parties’ will grow in popularity too. And being the distinguished host that you are, you don’t want your guests sneering at your sub-standard turntable, do you? Well, there’s no chance of that happening with this stylish spinner. To mark its 100th anniversary, Danish audio expert Ortofon has teamed up with Austria’s Pro-Ject to produce the Century, a record player based around the former company’s esteemed Classic SB, but with additional features. Built upon an elegant piano-black and silver aluminium chassis, it oozes sophistication without being showy. And the sound it produces is equally refined, thanks to the inclusion of a pre-installed Ortofon Concorde cartridge, pure silver coils that deliver superb conductivity, a precision-balanced TPE-damped aluminium platter and ultra-low-friction tonearm bearings.…

1 min.
t3 australia

Editorial Editor: Ben Mansill ben.mansill@futurenet.com Creative Director:Troy Coleman troy.coleman@futurenet.com Designer: Sharnee Swinnerton sharnee.brisbourne@futurenet.com Contributors Matt Bolton, Nick Odantzis, Claire Davies, Paul Dimery, Craig Stewart, Chris Barnes, James Jarvis, Warren Brown, Duncan Bell, Joe Branston, Alex Cox, Olly Curtis, Ian Evenden, Neil Godwin, Steve May, Steve Jarratt, Danny Phillips, Sam Taylor, Chris Barnes, Becca Caddy, Spencer Hart, Russell Lewin, Joby Sessions, Jordan Erica Webber, Michelle McLaren Photography All copyrights and trademarks are recognised and respected Advertising Group Advertising Manager: Cameron Ferris cameron.ferris@futurenet.com Management Managing Director: Neville Daniels Sales Director: Paul Marttila Printed by Bluestar Distributed in Australia and NZ by Gordon and Gotch www.gordongotch.com…

1 min.
this. is. t3!

It’s gadget season, and the talent here at T3 has curated a selection of their favourite techy things. Maybe you fancy treating yourself? Perhaps it’s upgrade time for something in your life that’s done its dash. Or, could this be the prefect pressy guide for Christmas? It isn’t far off, so we’d love it if you took inspiration and ideas from our almighty huge list and find something that’s just right for a certain someone. We loved compiling this list – there’s nothing we like more than getting our heads together, and a little butting later it’s all harmony and love as we agreed on what deserves to be here. And, if there’s more you seek, look into the future of tech with our insightful feature starting on page 30. We’ve managed…

1 min.
t3 ’s mission

T3’s mission is to help you find the best products for every area of your tech lifestyle. From traditional gadget buys like phones and TVs to connected home security and sports sensors, if it can make your life better, we’re here to make sure you get the right one for you. The products we feature are chosen by our expert writers, with years of experience in their key areas. We wouldn’t recommend something we wouldn’t be happy to live with ourselves – the tat is filtered out long before we print a page. This goes for reviews too – you won’t us wasting your time with products you don’t need to know about. More than that, our aim is to make sure you get the most out of the things you buy,…

4 min.
horizon

1 APPLE PRO 11 PRO MAX /11 From $1,749/$1,899, apple.com/au It’s new iPhone time, and Apple’s latest batch of high-end phones doesn’t disappoint. The list of upgrades isn’t that big compared with last year’s iPhone XS models (in a lot of ways, this feels like an XSS), but they still add up to a brilliant package, especially for people upgrading from an older model. The key new features are the screen and camera. The displays (5.8 inches on the 11 Pro, 6.5 inches on the 11 Pro Max) now feature OLED tech that beats your average TV, with a peak brightness of 1,200 nits, which gives you unbelievably HDR performance. This could seriously be the best device for watching movies that you own, especially with the new Dolby Atmos-enabled spatial speaker system. The cameras…

5 min.
sony a6600

4 SONOS MOVE $617, sonos.com The Move is a feature-packed unit that’ll serve you well both indoors and out. With Sonos’s TruePlay tuning now automatic, rather than something you have to configure, it optimises the acoustics for wherever you’ve placed it. Both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa are ready and waiting to oblige your voice requests. IP56 weather resistance and 10 hours of continuous play from a single charge will give you peace of mind when you take the Move away from the house. And when the battery does finally give up the ghost, there’s a cool wireless dock for charging it up again. It still has Sonos’ multi-room tech (and a giant wireless range, so it works down the garden), but there’s Bluetooth as well (a Sonos first). T3 SAYS: Sonos’s first…