Meet the team
Editor Matt went on a tour of audio manufacturers for a future feature, and now all he wants to talk about is toroidal transformers and how circuit boards get soldered. Please save us.
Sen ior Art editor Jo’s off on the trip of a lifetime to the Canadian wilderness, so she’s been hoarding the hardier tech we have lying around. At least we’ll find out what can survive a bear attack.
Ope rat ions editor Andy’s been sorely tempted by the HTC U11 (p96) and its squeezy edges. The problem is that, as a protector of the English language, he has a natural aversion to anything labelled “US onic”.
DEPUTY Editor Having tested all the gear for our smart home buys (p42), and then even added a smart plant pot (p98), Nick’s house is basically sentient at this point. Hopefully it doesn’t turn on him.
ART editor Michelle’s pretty taken with the new Loewe OLED TV featured in our guide to watching 4K (p80), and the nice wooden picture-frame stand it comes with. Now she just needs £3,000…
Editor, t3.com Dan’s been lugging three different laptops around this month, but they’re the ones from our State of the Art test of ultrathins (64), so it’s not as bad as his complaining suggests.
Ass ociate Editor T3’ s resident academic Claire took on our feature of tech to make you smarter (p75) this issue. It’s full of ideal study gadgets and tips, for uni or anyone learning something new.
Product ion editor The high-end headphones from our group test (p100) keep finding their way to Kimberley’s desk, which she insists is because she loves music, and not to find out which best silences Matt.
Lifestyle Editor, t3.com This time of year is when all the tech companies start showing off Christmas plans (really), so Duncan’s spent the month living like it’s Yule: drinking at 11am and watching kids’ films all day.