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What do you get from T3 magazine? Well, in the latest issue, we help you make the most of your winter at home with great gadgets, whether it’s top tellies for your lounge, awesome appliances for your kitchen or stress-busting devices for getting away from it all. Level up your living space with everything from Dolby Atmos soundbars and noise-cancelling headphones to home-brewing gadgets and smart diffusers.
But there’s a lot more on offer in the latest issue! We share amazing PS5 and Xbox Series X add-ons, from 120Hz TVs to 3D audio headphones, compare how the Apple Watch 6 stacks up against the Watch SE, give you our first impressions on the iPhone 12 and review the breathtaking budget VR offered by the Oculus Quest 2.
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What’s inside the latest T3?
In the new issue, you’ll find:
- Hot home upgrades – superb soundbars, great office gear and cracking kitchen kit for making the most of winter
- PS5 and Xbox accessories – the 120Hz screens, pads and speakers you need to get next-gen ready
- Apple Watch 6 vs Watch SE – Apple’s two new wearables face off in our review
- iPhone 12 – we size up Apple’s long-awaited 5G smartphone
- Phenomenal Android phones – amazing handsets to suit everyone
- Oculus Quest 2 rated – is this the dawn of a whole new reality for home VR?
- Google Nest Audio tested – the Home’s smarter, better sounding sibling
- Multi-room speaker setups – choose the best system for your needs with our latest guide
- Canon EOS R6 reviewed – the perfect full-frame mirrorless cam for the experienced amateur