Budget/affordable tablets seem to be the rage these days, ranging from the $99 HP TouchPad during its fire sale, to the Aakash tablet, and Amazon’s Kindle Fire. Now adding to that list is Kogan, who will be offering up two new tablets to their Agora range in the form of an 8” and 10” version.
Both models will feature similar specs, and its difference seems to be only in its display, with the 8” model featuring a 800×600 display resolution, while the 10” model with feature a 1024×768 resolution instead. Apart from that, both tablets will run on a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor with 512MB of RAM, a 2MP front-facing camera, 4GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot or memory expansion by an additional 32GB.
The Kogan 8” and 10” tablet will run on Android’s Gingerbread 2.3 and they’re available now from Kogan’s website, with the 8” model seeing a LivePrice at AUD149 (~$152) and the 10” model costing AUD189 (~$193), which will at normal times cost AUD229 (~$234) and AUD269 (~$275) respectively.
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