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  • Agora 5.0 Dual-core Smartphone hands-on review: cheap as chips

    You have to hand it to Kogan. You can criticise this part, or that part, of the company’s self-branded products (and we will in the full review, no doubt) but at the end of the day, very few can delivery decent technology products as cheaply.     For the price (UK£119/US$154/AU$149), we weren’t 100-percent sure of the quality of product we were to see when the Agora phone landed on our desk. Kogan has dabbled in tablets before now, and the results have been mixed. Early efforts were dismal, with too many corners cut to make them worth your time or money....

  • Kogan Agora ICS tablet review: How does Ice Cream Sandwich taste in a bargain tablet?

    Australian technology company Kogan has built its success on creating cheap but functional products that offer an alternative to premium priced brand names. The Agora 10-inch tablet is no exception. At AUD$199 (£129), it is by far one of the most affordable tablets on the market, especially for a device running the Ice Cream Sandwich build of Android. The question is whether or not the sacrifices made to hit that sub AUD$200 price point are too great to justify spending your hard-earned money on it. With either 8GB or 16GB of storage inside alongside the MicroSD slot, and all run by a 1GHz ARM processor...

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