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Ruslan Kogan appears to be attempting tick every box he can to get people to buy a new TV with the unveiling of a new model that is not only inexpensive, but packs in some very interesting features that is apparently a “world first.”
How do you like your phones: small, medium, large, or extra large? If you chose the latter, be prepared to be impressed, with Huawei going for more than just the budget section of the market in a massive phone that has a mid-range price.
There are a plethora of mobile providers out there, but if you’re not satisfied with the likes of Telstra, Optus, Vodafone, Virgin, Amaysim, Aldi, Kogan, or any of the others that we all hear from, now there’s another group entering the fray.
Aldi sells a lot of things. Meat. Yoghurt. Drinks. We’ve even seen a few rebranded MSI laptops from Aldi’s Medion brand. This week, Aldi launched a mobile service, and what goes best with one of those…?
Not looking to lose loads of that precious money on a bill shock? German supermarket chain Aldi has joined the mobile game with a few plans that are sure to grab people.
Not everyone needs a tablet, but with prices dropping everywhere, it’s hard not to find a reason to try the slated computer out. Those of you still holding out may be harder pressed now, with Australian e-tailer Kogan creating the least expensive tablet we’ve seen.
We’re back from the biggest electronics show of the year from last week, and that means it’s time to look at some of the things we missed while we were reporting, so we’re starting with local brand Kogan and its $150 super sized smartphone.
Google’s Nexus 7 is one of the least expensive tablets you can buy, but is it the most affordable? Huawei is challenging now with one tablet that offers up Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” for less than $200, and it’s even available at the same place you buy real ice cream from.
Australia’s favourite online retailer larrikin is at it again, not just waging war with the prices of electrical goods, but now going after mobile pricing with what appears to be a better deal than any other telco. So what’s the catch?
The first attempt by Woolworths to push into the growing coffee pod market, the Caffitaly takes a European machine and brings it into supermarkets for an inexpensive price, hitting below the $100 price tag that so few manufacturers have tried to reach.