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Horizon
• From £1,049/£1,149, apple.com/uk September is 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)
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Amazon …ON THE FUTURE OF… Voice assistants
Eric King, General Manager, Amazon Alexa Europe, has been helping to grow Amazon’s voice services ever since it first opened the system up to developers, and has led the charge for growing the range of Alexa Skills and hardware partners for Amazon Vo
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Jvc Dla-nx9
Flip down seats, velvet curtains, the smell of popcorn. If you want the true cinema experience, you can’t beat the thrill of a giant projected image. That silverscreen joy now comes in an 8K flavour. Well, sort of. The JVC DLA-RS3000 may have ‘8K’ on
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Tested
In T3, we feature only the finest gadgets out there, and we believe that you – our loyal reader – deserve only the best tech in your life. We don’t want you to waste time, and money, on inferior products, and that’s exactly why our Tested section exi
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Watching 8k
If there’s one argument against taking the plunge on an 8K TV today, it’s that there’s hardly any native 8K content to watch right now. YouTube hosts a handful of 8K videos that are little more than sizzle reels and… that’s about it. There are no 8K
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Cool City Breaks For Autumn
Although arguably New York hogs the spotlight when it comes to big US cities, Washington DC is attracting a growing number of tourists, lured in by its beautiful parks, stunning architecture and brilliant nightlife. 2020 marks the 100th anniversary o
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Samsung Galaxy Note10+
From £999 samsung.com/uk This is the first time that Samsung has released two Note phones at the same time. Given that size (and a stylus) has always been the Note range’s raison d’être, we wanted to dig into the plus version, with its whopping 6.8-i
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Recording In 8k
Hollywood-standard 8K video capture doesn’t come cheap. Red leads the way with cinema-quality gear, selling sensor add-ons such as the DSMC2 HELIUM 8K S35 Upgrade to bring 8K capabilities to its existing kit. That model starts at $4,950, but it’s the
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How Big Batch Cooking Can Make Your Home Life Easier
Big-batch cooking makes a lot of food and a whole lot of sense. The idea is that you conjure up a large dish, then refrigerate or freeze what you don’t immediately eat, ready to simply heat up when you need it. Not only is this a convenient method of
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8k Consoles
Whether they are eventually called the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two or not, one thing’s for certain: Sony and Microsoft are both working on next-generation consoles. And though the precise nature of each machine remains to be seen, 8K, in some form, is
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Gadget Guru
ARCHIE SPENCE, HERTS Q How would you choose good speakers? A Guru could fill a book with this stuff, but let’s boil it down to the most essential parts of the buying equation. Don’t spend thousands if you’re driving a hi-fi worth hundreds, as high en
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A BOWERS & WILKINS FORMATION BAR AND FORMATION BASS SYSTEM
WORTH £1,898 TOTAL! Bowers & Wilkins new Formation Suite of wireless multi-room speakers are the most advanced on the planet, using their own independent mesh network to sync audio between each other with no chance of interference from other traffic
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8k On PC
8K TVs may be ready for your lounge, but the content to watch on them (or lack thereof) might leave your sofa feeling a little unloved. Head into your office, or fire up your gaming rig, however, and it’s a whole different story. If you’ve got the ca
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Gadget Guru’s Magic Box
Something that surprised ol’ Uncle Ears greatly over the course of this issue’s stuff-testing: the OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 (£99). The neckband-phones do sound pretty decent, with 10mm drivers capably blasting through the sound, but it’s the qualit
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Garmin Dash Cam 66W
£169 garmin.com Around the size of a matchbox, the Garmin Dash Cam 66W is beautifully compact and can be hidden neatly behind the central rear view mirror of most vehicles. It’s nearly identical to the excellent Dash Cam 55 in size and appearance, do
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Here Today, Buy Tomorrow?
It’s easy to be wowed by the flashy designs and ever-rising numbers on their specification sheets, but is now truly the right time to buy an 8K TV over a 4K one? If you’re seriously asking the question, we’ll assume you already have the thousands of
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300 Issues Of T3 Smarter Living
DOWNLOAD T3 ISSUE 1: bit.ly/t3issue1 Some of the credit for the origin of T3 should go to Gary ‘Gaz’ Whitta, one of Future Publishing’s games journalists. Gaz would later move to America to work on the US edition of PC Gamer, before leaving magazines
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AN iPHONE 11, COURTESY OF RAMBO LAST BLOOD
IN CINEMAS SEPT 19 WORTH £729! It’s been almost 40 years since the release of Rambo: First Blood, the first of the hugely successful, action-packed series, which came out in 1982. Now, Stallone is back as one of the greatest action heroes of all time
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Duncan Bell Is Very Pro
Wow, 300 issues. That has flown past! I’ve not actually been here since issue #1, although it sometimes feels like that. It’s been about 12 years and 150 or so issues. I actually didn’t have much intention of staying long at all at T3 when I arrived.
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Sony Xperia 1
From £849 sony.co.uk The Xperia 1 is, in many ways, a technical showcase that reminds you just what Sony is capable of. But it also retains some issues that feel left over from Sony’s difficult last five years or so in the mobile phone industry. The
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Design Matters
We began work on the first issue of T3 in the summer of 1996, and seeing it again now brings back so many memories. I was the launch Art Editor of .net magazine at the time, but couldn’t resist designing ‘Tomorrow’s Technology Today’. The aim of the
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Smart Pens
£129, Smartech at selfridges.com You’ll like the Neo M1 if you want a lightweight smart pen that offers creative options for customising the digital version of your handwritten work – in the app you can change the ink colour (the LED indicator light
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The Competition
The only other folding phone worth taking note of right now is the Huawei Mate X, which is said to launch before November, but without any stronger confirmation than that, yet. It takes a very different design approach to Samsung’s: it has a single s
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Bowers & Wilkins Formation Duo
£3,499 bowerswilkins.com There are a lot of great wireless speakers out there these days, from the Naim Mu-so to the Ruark R5, but the majority are still one-box jobs, and many are aimed more at the casual listener who wants their Spotify streams buf
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Open For Business
We really liked the Galaxy Fold when we spent time testing the unreleased original handset back in April, but just before it was due to get into customers’ hands, a series of serious issues were discovered, and Samsung wisely pulled it. But now it’s
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8k Explained
4K TV? That’s old-school. Full HD? Positively retro. If you really want to gaze into the future when sitting down to watch your favourite show, you’re going to need an eye-popping 8K television. The latest evolutionary step from the CRT of old to bey
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SUBSCRIBE To T3 And Get A Charging Station!
The Native Union Eclipse features three USB ports, enabling you to charge all of your devices at once, in a beautiful, minimalist design Thanks to Smart IC technology, the Eclipse ensures safe, high-speed charging up to 7.8 amps, so you get even more
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Samsung Q950r
Could this be the best TV that money can buy? Quite possibly. The Q950R is Samsung’s second-generation 8K TV, and it’s just about as advanced a set as we’ve ever seen. Using the Quantum Processor 8K and all its AI-enabled smarts, the Q950R shows off
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