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TOYOTA CONNECT


DECOR FOR DOWNTIME


As more people seek a reprieve from the fast-paced digital world we live in, home-planners are creating areas that


are devoid of any technology. These kick- back spaces are reserved for reading, doing a hobby or having a simple chat, and often include natural elements such as feather motifs, water features or indoor vines and plants.


Many consumers are also realising the


health benefits of a good night’s rest and investing in luxury bedding.


GAMING ON THE GO Nintendo Switch allows you to take your gaming wherever you go. It’s designed to do double duty, either as a home console or a portable gaming system. This hybrid machine comes with a 15,7cm screen and clip-on controllers that can be used independently as mini-gamepads. In “hand-held” mode you can use the Switch remotely, when travelling or in a different room. Visit: www.nintendo.com


THE LOWDOWN ON LUXURY GOODS


Items from the world’s most coveted brands and fashion houses no longer have to come with a hefty price tag. South African online portal Luxity proves that you don’t


need to have a million rand to feel like a million bucks. Users can buy or sell authentic, pre- owned luxury items that are in great condition, with just a few clicks of a button. Visit: www.luxity.co.za


TOP OF THE TRENDS LIFESTYLE AND LEISURE NEWS AND REVIEWS 18


WORDS: NAZLEY OMAR. IMAGES: GALLO IMAGES/GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO/ALAMY


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