Excellently produced UK mag devoted to showcasing the very best technology and gadgets the world has to offer, T3 magazine has been at the cutting edge since 1996.
Each issue brings you the latest buzz from the world of tech, all the rumours and news about phones, cameras, computers, home cinema and everything digital. It reviews recently released games, films, music and apps, offers insight and opinion from top writers and an array of features looking at topical tech-related issues and the use of technology in real life. T3 also offers expert reviews of the very best kit released on to the market – pro cameras, tablets, big-screen TVs, e-readers, computers and more – as well as bringing you a comprehensive guide to the best of the best in many different areas of tech.
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What T3 does better than pretty much every other tech magazine out there – and we do love a good bit of technology here at Newsstand – is offer a comprehensive round-up of all the tech out there, regardless of what it does. We think that this mag represents great value – you are getting in-depth insight into technology across a hugely broad spectrum, a high quality mag and about 140 pages of great content.
T3 was launched in 1996 to fill a very specific gap in the market – the overall tech magazine. There were plenty of other magazines out there, each happily covering their own area of expertise, but none that pulled all the disparate areas together and unite them under the flag of ‘Tech’. Let’s be honest – if you love things like computers, you’re pretty much guaranteed to have more than a passing interest in films, TVs and the like, and vice versa. Those of us who love tech love tech regardless of where it might be found – we would love a high tech home cinema set up, perfect sound, high speed connectivity for pretty much everything, and if possible a robot butler or two. T3 is still the greatest, most comprehensive tech magazine out there. NB