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It might be slightly too large for your pocket, but Kogan’s newest Android device is still a great addition to your media arsenal.
Last Friday, Kogan unveiled the worlds first Android 4.2 Smart TV. The TV gives you access to an entire realm of entertainment from the comfort of your living room. You can browse the web, watch YouTube videos and stay connected to your entire crew on FB – all without giving up your spot on the couch.
Not to mention, the Kogan TV is 3D capable. The TV can display 2D and 3D images in Full HD 1080P.
The TV will include:
- Built in Pause, Rewind and Record live TV capabilities
- 2 sets of 3D glasses
- Android 4.2
Here’s an evening deal for you: Samsung’s Galaxy S III 4G i9305 (16GB, Black) for $379!
That’s right folks. Kogan’s at it again with their ridiculously low pricing. Not so long ago, the Samsung Galaxy S III i9300 was priced at $530 and I was thinking ‘wow’. Its LTE brother was priced slightly higher. Now, they’re both priced at a jaw dropping $379!
Note: This might be a misprint as the non 4G version is also priced the same. This doesn’t really make much sense. So if you’re looking out for a new smartphone, I’d be pulling out the credit card before Kogan change the prices!
Make sure to tell us if you do!
Ruslan Kogan is at it again completely changing the smartphone game in one way or another. Kogan has made its name as the cheapest place around to grab yourself a smartphone, anywhere from the top end to the low end phones at incredibly cheap prices from Kogan.com. However, while Kogan has previously brought out a Netbook and Agora tablets for incredibly cheap prices, we are now seeing an Agora phone out for an insanely low price.
Not only is this a phone, but it is an Android phone running Android 4.0.4 and some slightly under par specs, but that should be expected at the $149 price tag. It is no major competitor, but apparently feels quite zippy and smooth from …
We’ve been thinking this for a while and Kogan has finally brought out something that may just change the game. In their traditional form, Kogan has sent out a long-winded press release telling us all about their brand new offering. In this case, it’s all about their new carrier service. After selling mobile phones and other electronics on the cheaper side of things for so long, Kogan has decided to unveil Kogan Mobile – their self-branded carrier service.
Kogan mobile features two very exciting things. First up, it’s by far the cheapest and most data-heavy network packs that we’ve ever seen in Australia. Secondly, it’s powered by Australia’s biggest and arguably(?) best network – Telstra. A mix made in heaven, …
Want a new TV? Want it to be smart? Like Android? Then Kogan’s got a pretty sweet deal for you.
We’ve seen the Kogan Agora Smart TV HDMI dongle before, but this time we’re seeing an all-in-one device. They’ve just brought out a 39-inch Full HD Smart TV that runs on Android 4.0 ICS. It’s got a fairly large screen, has a high quality screen and runs on a highly customized version of Android 4.0 ICS – similar to what we saw on the dongle. The insides, on the Android side, feature a:
- 1GHz Cortex A9 processor
- 512MB RAM
- Mali 400 GPU
- 4GB internal storage
From the looks of things it also has access to the Google Play Store, …
What is most likely a response to the Apple announcement last night of the iPad mini, Kogan has knocked down the price of its 10″ Agora tablet. The Agora tablet runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and has some ‘okay’ specifcations. While it’s nothing to gawk over, the price does do it justice.
|Operating System||Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.x|
|Processor||1.2GHz Cortex A8|
|Screen||10″ (1024 x 768)|
|Camera||Front 0.3MP / Rear 2MP|
With the Kogan Agora 10″ coming in at just $149, this is by far the cheapest price for a tablet of this size. The 8GB version is going for $149, while the 16GB variant …
Update: It’s also available for sale at Think Of Us for $740 and at JB Hi Fi stores (I believe through Telstra). We’re not sure of the reliability of Think Of Us, but their price just beats Kogan. Let us know in the comments below if you have any experience with them. :)
After Virgin Mobile and Optus began selling the 4G variant of the Galaxy S III in late September, Telstra and online retailers were left behind. However, this is now about to change.
If you’re interested in grabbing this bad boy on a plan then you could head over to Telstra’s online store and grab it from $66 per month for 24 months. If outright is your style …
Have you been able to stave off the temptation of buying one of Google’s shiny new Nexus 7 tablets? Well, online retailer Kogan have yet again managed to astound us with their prices.
As we all know, tech items in Australia tend to be priced a little unfairly compared to what is found overseas. This is not just the case with items found in retail stores, but also for online items like the Nexus 7 from Google Play Devices.
As I mentioned before, Kogan have managed to somehow beat everyone else and have the Nexus 7 up for sale for the same price as it is in America. That is, the Nexus 7 is selling for just $199AU for the …
Did you know that there’s a red version of the incredibly popular Samsung Galaxy S III? Yeah, not many people knew, but there sure as heck is one.
If you want to be walking around town with a shiny new red Galaxy S III and like bargains than this will probably interest you. Online retailer Kogan have dropped the price of the Galaxy S III (red variant) to the sub-$500 mark and are advertising it as the cheapest Galaxy S III in the world.
If you’re interested in going for one of the more standard colours then don’t worry, Kogan looks to have you covered there too. The Marble White and Pebble Blue variants are also going for just …
[Update: On-sale now] Kogan and Quickflix bring 6 weeks of free movie streaming to a $99 Android device
Update: This package lasts for a 6 week period. While it is still a good deal, it isn’t the ground-breaking partnership we were hoping it was.
This isn’t something that we’d normally cover, but we thought it was an interesting little bit of news. Kogan have been selling the the $99 Kogan Agora HDMI Dongle that brings an Android-powered Smart TV to any TV quite simply. That is, if your TV has an accessible HDMI port. All you need to do is plug the dongle into your TV and start using/playing, simple as that. However, the dongle will now come pre-installed with the QuickFlix application including the ‘all you can view’ subscription package for free. That means that you can …
Over the weekend, I sat down with Ruslan Kogan, the founder and owner of Kogan products. Kogan has embraced the Android OS, and made many Android fans happy with his insanely cheap prices on not only his own products, but also other branded products, such as Samsung and ASUS. With an ever-evolving Android ecosystem, I thought it was necessary to conduct this interview to gather some opinions from the electronics giant, and see where Kogan is heading with Android in the future.
J.S: How does Kogan manage such cheap prices?
R.K: Kogan has the best prices in the world because we’re nobody’s bitch. You see, most retailers will have an exclusive relationship with a single distributor. This means …
As we all very well know, Kogan is getting into the Android scene. After the success of the ultra-cheap original Agora tablets, Kogan followed that up with ICS-running 10″ Agora tabs. They run much smoother, much faster and have the newest Android slapped on top.
Kogan have really done something quite extraordinary here that could really change the ICS scene. Android is beginning to find itself in a whole host of places around the house. It already powers our phones, our tablets and there are ovens, rice cookers, vacuums and rear-view mirrors on the way! Kogan has today unveiled what they like to call the ‘Kogan Smart TV Dongle.’ Simply put, this is a HDMI connecting dongle that can …