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Online retailer imposes tax on customers using Internet Explorer 7

Getting some members of the public to keep up with new technology can be almost as difficult as getting your brand to cut through in the ultra competitive Internet marketplace. Australian online electronics retailer Kogan is attempting to kill those two birds with one stone by implementing an "Internet Explorer 7 Tax" on customers who use the outdated browser when they make purchases. Read More
— Mobile Technology Review

Review: Kogan Agora 8-inch Tablet

By - October 31, 2011 11 Pictures
I've just spent a day with a pre-production unit of Kogan’s new 8-inch Agora tablet and while it's fair to say there's an element of "you get what you pay for" at work here, that’s not to say the Agora is bad - it's an indication of just what kind of technology can be had for a fairly minimal outlay these days. If you're in the market for a budget priced tablet to keep the kids entertained on a long car trip or something to check the occasional email and spot of Web browsing then it will do the trick nicely, but don't expect the same kind of user experience you’d get when investing more money on a better specced unit. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Kogan adds budget 8-inch and 10-inch tablets to Agora range

By - October 13, 2011 9 Pictures
Budget tablets seem to be the order of the week. While not as easy on the pocket as the Aakash tablet unveiled earlier this week, Australian consumer electronics manufacturer and retailer, Kogan, has announced its own budget tablet offerings. The company's new Android-powered Agora 8-inch and Agora 10-inch tablets join Kogan's Agora line, which also includes laptops and a 7-inch Agora tablet that launched earlier this year. Read More
— Laptops Review

Netbook feature: Asus Eee S101H vs HP Mini 2140 vs Kogan Agora Pro vs Sony VAIO P

By - May 11, 2009 1 Picture
Less than two years ago, the arrival of a tiny, obscurely-named Asus laptop caused quite a stir. It was affordable, portable, and “good enough” to do most of the things people do with computers that cost several times as much. These small form factor laptops geared for web browsing and email usage have exploded into the marketplace since then, with seemingly every PC manufacturer adding at netbook to its lineup. Over at The Mobiler, Tim Hanlon has been putting four recently released netbooks to the test - the Asus Eee S101H, HP Mini 2140, Kogan Agora Pro and Sony VAIO P (although Sony doesn't use the the term netbook) - and unlike our last showdown between the iPhone 3G, BlackBerry Bold and T-Mobile G1, a clear winner has emerged. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Kogan launches 10-inch Agora netbook series in Australia

By - March 16, 2009 2 Pictures
Kogan Technologies today launched the Agora netbook series, featuring the Agora and the Agora Pro. The 1.6GHz Atom based netbooks are the cheapest available in Australia, starting at AUD$499. Both models come preloaded with the gOS operating system, a variant of Ubuntu Linux, but in an interesting move, Kogan's support team is offering to guide customers through the process of installing other supported operating systems including Windows XP and Windows 7. Read More
— Home Entertainment

Kogan announces Kevin37 HDTV to coincide with economic stimulus package

By - March 4, 2009 1 Picture
Like many governments around the world, Australia's leaders are pouring taxpayer dollars into the economy via stimulus packages designed to counter the effects of the global economic downturn. In Australia, this translates to tax-free payments of AUD$900 destined for the bank accounts of those who earned under AUD$100,000 in the 07-08 financial year. The idea is for consumers to spend the money, and Kogan has cleverly capitalized on what's been dubbed the "flat-screen TV bonus" with the announcement of their "High Definition Stimulus" - a $900, 37-inch 720p HDTV called "Kevin37". Read More
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