T3 Agenda: The Mercedes-AMG G 65 Final Edition arrives. Samsung unveils new wearables range. And more!

T3's daily roundup of the best new announcements from the world of tech

In today's edition of the T3 Agenda - the new G-wagen from Mercedes gets a new Final Edition update; Samsung unveils a brand new range of wearables (in all shapes and sizes); and more...

Mercedez-Benz gives the 1979 G-wagen a proper send off with the G 65 Final Edition

It's been almost four decades since the 1979 launch of the classic Mercedes-Benz G-wagen, so to celebrate the German auto giant is rolling out the model's first proper update - the Mercedes-AMG G 65 Final Edition.

With a terrifying twin-turbo 6.0-liter V-12 engine with 621 horsepower and 738 lb-ft of torque, this souped-up SUV isn't toning down on the raw power that's made the classic G-wagen so popular over the years. With plenty of modern day carbon-fiber, 21-inch, 10-spoke wheels finished in matte bronze and much more, it shouldn't be too shocking to learn its a limited run, too - only 65 units are being made.

The G 65 Final Edition is available right now in Europe, starting at €310,233 (£278,325) (opens in new tab).

Samsung's updated fitness wearables range includes the Gear Fit 2 Pro

Samsung has given its Gear range of wearables an update with a new collection of durable yet versatile devices that have been redesigned from the ground up with sports and fitness in mind, 

First, there's the Gear Sport, a sleek and versatile fitness-focused smartwatch that's water resistant (£299). Then there's the Gear Fit2 Pro, an upgraded GPS sports band with smart features (£209.00). Finally, there's the Gear IconX, a second generation of the company’s ground breaking cord free earbuds (no price point on these as yet).

Personalise your Bosch Vario fridge with interchangeable doors

The Bosch Vario Style fridge freezer is designed to be redesigned. Thanks to the innovative Vario Style, you now have nine different interchangeable coloured doors to choose from – from vibrant sunflower to extravagant cherry red. It's like having a Nokia 3210 for a fridge, basically. 

As you'd expect in a fridge released in 2017, it features all the latest mod cons, including VitaFresh (which keeps fruit and vegetables fresher for longer). And you can purchase your fridge and door then get a second door for half the price when bought as part of a bundle. Grab a Bosch Vario today for £929.99, exclusively from Currys (opens in new tab).

PureLiFi's new LiFi-XC aims to lead the light-based wireless revolution  

L-ifi - the wireless tech that uses light diodes to transmit data at super fast speeds - is really starting to take out off in the consumer world, so it's no shock to see pureLiFi release a generational update to its own own lifi devices.

The LiFi-XC is the world’s first certified, complete Li-Fi system. It comprises an access point and USB dongle that's compatible with Windows 7, Windows 10, Linux and macOS operating systems, and is three times smaller than the previous model - making it small enough for use with laptops, netbooks and Macbooks.

AOC's affordable yet powerful AOC 31.5-inch 1440p monitor

Want an upgrade from Full HD but can't quite afford the jump to 4K? We've all been there. 

Why not go part way there and give a decent QHD model a go? The new Q3279VWF monitor from AOC has an opulent, 31.5-inch screen with a 2560x1440 resolution, giving an impressively high pixel density of 93.24 ppi.

Whether you're watching films, playing PC games to your heart's content or idly bingeing Twitch streams, this monitor from AOC could be the perfect way to bridge that picture quality gap. At only £249, making the leap up from HD won't break the bank either (opens in new tab)

Dom Reseigh-Lincoln has been writing for T3 for over half a decade now, covering everything from mobile phones and laptops right through to video games and gaming peripherals. Purveyor of an excellent beard, as well as some perpetually cheeky offspring, Dom likes to wind down in his spare time by listening to heavy metal.