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If you’re in the market for you a new laptop, like with mobile phones, you are spoiled for choice, but if you know what market you want to buy in, it makes it easier. Take gaming laptops, because there’s a specific type of laptop there, and Kogan wants a piece.
The demise of Kogan’s mobile service back in 2013 might have been a touch premature, as Kogan is pushing the restart button once more, this time joining up with Vodafone.
Budget smartphones might be mostly about who can provide the most mobile speed, but if you don’t care about that and want two SIMs, Kogan wants you to know it has something in the wings.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: mid-range is the new major area for smartphone makers to aim for, and Aussie e-tailer Kogan thinks it has a way to victory with a new cut-price 4G phone on the way out.
Buying a computer for someone who doesn’t need much — say a kid — isn’t always easy, but the “Atlas” hopes to give value driven people something to feel on top of the world with.
Earlier this year, Kogan and BenQ partnered for a 4G phone that hit under the $300 mark and provided good value, but it’s not done, with an improved edition on the way.
Aussie e-tailer Ruslan Kogan has his hands in lots of different pots: phones, tablets, TVs, and appliances, and this week, it’s a return to laptops as Kogan launches a budget laptop.
We’re always up for a good comparison, and being techies, take pride in knowing what we know, so is Kogan’s announcement of an action camera really proof that the Aussie e-tailer is taking on GoPro, or is it a poorer cousin?
Kogan has a history of making budget devices for the Aussie market, and the Agora 4G totally fits that bill, offering LTE connectivity for just a hair over $200. Is it worth it, or should you spend a little more?
We ended last week with a phone review, so it only makes sense that we start this week with some phone news, and here it is, as Kogan announces a 5 inch 4G handset for around $230.