Kogan Agora Mini 8 inch




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By TechRadar AU on 80

From humble beginnings, Kogan's range of smartphones and tablets is blossoming into quite a respectable line-up of products. In the last 6-months, we've given positive reviews to the company's 10-inch Agora tablet and 5-inch Agora smartphone, both of...

By Good Gear Guide on 60

At $119, the Kogan Agora Mini 8 is one of the cheapest Android tablets on the market. It offers reasonably good performance and runs most apps without issues but a poor quality screen and case design detracts from its overall...

By gizmodo.com.au on

It's good, but not great. Quality cost money, and seeing as how this costs very little of the former you're not likely to get a whole lot of the latter. That's what you'd think if you bought it, but if you bought it for your gadget-clueless folks,...

By gizmodo.com.au on

We've all been there. Your parents will ask you that question you always dread getting at parties and out at the pub: “which tablet should I buy?”. Honestly, this new Kogan tablet should be high on your recommendation list.Announced at CES this morning,...

By Gear Diary on

Kogan Agora Mini 8Kogan's big claim to fame (as often is the case with Kogan products) is first and foremost its low price: AU$119 for the 8GB model, and AU$129 for the 16GB model. This significantly undercuts the 16GB iPad mini's AU$369 starting price,...

By gizmag.com on

I've just spent a day with a pre-production unit of Kogan's new 8-inch Agora tablet and while it's fair to say there's an element of "you get what you pay for" at work here, that's not to say the Agora is bad. The 1 GHz tablet is definitely an indication...