Kogan Agora 4G Smartphone Revealed

Consumers have grown to be extremely savvy and smart these days, so much so that it does not take too much to win them over to your cause if you are a hardware manufacturer who rolls out the right device with all the bells and whistles that the budget-conscious are looking for, all without a price tag that breaks the bank. Kogan figures out that there is a market for […]

Kogan Agora To Hit US For $149 Unlocked

What kind of sorcery is this? A smartphone in the US that comes unlocked, retailing for just $149 without it hailing from two years back? Well, you would have to take your hats off to Australian electronics retailer Kogan for making this happen, as they intend to make a splash in the US market this February with a 5” Kogan Agora that will retail for $149 – contract-free, too. Basically, […]

Australian retailer Kogan to start charging Internet Explorer 7 tax

When it comes to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, the browser has received quite a bit of flak and has spawned countless memes that make fun of it when compared to other browsers, such as Google’s Chrome, Mozilla FireFox, Opera, etc. Now it seems that Australian retailer, Kogan, has taken it to the next level and are now implementing users an “Internet Explorer 7” tax if they are found purchasing from their […]

Kogan introduces the Agora 10 Android 4.0 tablet

If you’re in the market for an affordable Android tablet with the latest build of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Australian company Kogan has announced the Agora 10 tablet which they are claiming is the cheapest in its category. Priced at $179, the Agora 10 features a 10” display, a 1.2GHz processor with 1GB of RAM and comes with 2MP cameras on its front and on its back and 8GB […]


Kogan announces 8″ and 10″ tablets

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.

Kogan Agora first Chromium OS notebook to ship?

Australian manufacturer Kogan might not be that famous around the world where its brand name is concerned, but that does not mean it doesn’t have a surprise (or two) up its sleeves, no? The Kogan Agora (which used to be a smartphone) is touted to be the first notebook that will run on Google’s open source Chromium OS in the world, where it ought to start making its way to […]

Kogan tries 3-pronged approach with new consumer electronics releases

Kogan Electronics of Australia will be rolling out three more devices that are extremely pocket friendly – we’re talking about an Android-powered tablet, an Ubuntu notebook and a set-top-box which delivers the Android environment right smack into the middle of your living room over a TV. Bear in mind that the figures quoted here would be in the Australian currency, which incidentally is more expensive compared to the beleaguered US […]