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Kogan release new low-cost tablets, 8 and 10-inch models

Kogan release two new tablets for the UK market, 8 and 10-inch low-cost tablets

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Oct 22, 2011 10:38 am

Kogan have just released a new low-cost tablet in the UK which is set to target the audience who are unable or unwilling to spend more on a mobile device. The pricing in the UK for the 8-inch tablet is at around the £120 price point where the 10-inch version is just £30 more at £150.

 

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Kogan has a business model which requires no middleman, designing, assembling and delivering low-cost tablets directly to customers. This keeps the prices extremely low. Both tablets sport capacitive touchscreens and a 1GHz processor.

 

The Kogan Agora 8″ Tablet PC Features:

• Android 2.3 Operating System

• Android Market with Thousands of Apps & Games (inc. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube)

• Built in Wi-Fi

• Read & Write emails with the Gmail or Email app

• Supports 720p HD Playback

• HDMI® video output

• 1 x miniUSB

• 1 x microSD Slot

• Desktop Widgets inc. Weather, Calendar, Clock, YouTube

• Media Player - Watch Movies, Listen to Music, Browse Photos

The Kogan Agora 10″ Tablet PC Features:

 

• Android 2.3 Operating System

• Android Market with Thousands of Apps & Games (inc. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube)

• Built in Wi-Fi

• Capacitive touchscreen and illuminated soft-keys

• Read & Write emails with the Gmail or Email app

• Supports 720p HD Playback

• HDMI® video output

• 1 x miniUSB

• 1 x microSD Slot

• Desktop Widgets inc. Weather, Calendar, Clock, YouTube

• Media Player - Watch Movies, Listen to Music, Browse Photos

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