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Kogan Agora 4G arrives in the UK for £150 to take on Moto G

Kogan Agora 4G arrives in the UK for £150 to take on Moto G

By 4 August 2014

Kogan, the low-cost Australian gadget manufacturer, has announced its 4G Agora smartphone is now in the UK for a wallet-friendly £150. It claims the phone beats the Moto G "in every benchmark measure". The Agora 4G, which was made in partnership with... >>

Kogan unveils £550 4K UHD TV powered by Android at CES, on sale this month

Kogan unveils £550 4K UHD TV powered by Android at CES, on sale this month

By 10 January 2014

We reported on a £608 4K TV just yesterday and now an even cheaper 4K UHD TV has landed, the £550 Kogan 55-inch UHDTV. The Vizio P Series TV is actually $999 which converts to £608, but might not hit the UK. Kogan, on the other hand, does operate in... >>

Online-only retailer Kogan details its Agora Quad-core Smartphone: Dual SIM and 5-inches for £150

Online-only retailer Kogan details its Agora Quad-core Smartphone: Dual SIM and 5-inches for £150

By 18 September 2013

Kogan, the Australian online-only retailer that specialises in highly specified kit for a budget, will soon release the Kogan Agora Quad-core Smartphone, which comes with a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, Android 4.2.2 and a 5-inch 1280 x 720 HD IPS LCD screen.... >>

Kogan launches 32-inch LED smart TV running Android ICS

Kogan launches 32-inch LED smart TV running Android ICS

By 28 May 2013

Kogan has just upped the ante in the television pricing battle with a 32-inch LED Smart TV for £259. The Agora 32 runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich and, according to Kogan's website, features proper access to the Google Play Store. This should mean a wide... >>

First Google Chromium OS laptop goes on sale

First Google Chromium OS laptop goes on sale

By 3 June 2011

Google's Chromium OS has materialised on the Kogan Agora, priced in at just £269, it becomes the first piece of hardware to ship with the operating system.  Somewhat confusingly Chromium OS is the open source development version of Google's Chrome OS.... >>

Kogan introduces Agora range - brings Android to TV

Kogan introduces Agora range - brings Android to TV

By 14 April 2011

Australian manufacturer Kogan has added a 7-inch Android tablet, two 12-inch netbooks and an Android-powered set-top-box to the line-up of products offered on its online retail site. Kogan sells all its products through its online store in preference... >>

Kogan: Highstreet retailers are Apple's bitch

Kogan: Highstreet retailers are Apple's bitch

By 3 March 2011

Ruslan Kogan, the entrepreneur behind the eponymously titled online-only made-to-order TV manufacturer, has attacked bricks-and-mortar retailers, calling them "Apple's bitch". In a rant at traditional highstreet stores, using Australian retail giant... >>

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Kogan FHDLED26

By 9 February 2011

While most brands of television hail from the Asia-Pacific region, Australia is not a country known for supplying budget LCD TVs, but that’s exactly what Kogan is promising. This 26-inch telly with LED goodness is part of a large range of TVs that is... >>

Kogan Agora Android phone launch "aborted"

Kogan Agora Android phone launch "aborted"

By 16 January 2009

The Kogan Agora has been delayed indefinitely. A blow to Australian (well, in fact all as international shipping was promised) Android fans, the company behind the phone has cited "potential future interoperability issues". The phone got to pre-order... >>

World's second Android phone launches

World's second Android phone launches

By 4 December 2008

The world's second mobile phone based on the Android operating system has been announced by an Australian company. The Kogan Agora, and the Kogan Agora Pro, are currently on pre-order in Oz with shipping promised on 29 January 2009. The Agora will cost... >>