Kogan, the Australian based company just officially announced their latest budgets friendly Android tablet, called as Kogan Agora. Comes with slim and light design with “big” multi touchscreen for great viewing experience and powerful Cortex A8 processor, the Agora 10.1 inch Android tablet provides enough power to handle smoother and more responsive operation for multimedia and entertainment tasking.
Like Scroll Extreme tablet,the device will be powered by powerful a Cortex A8 single processor which has clock speed of 1.2GHZ, paired with 1GB of memory and pre-installed with latest Android 4.0, also known as Android Ice Cream sandwich as the operating system offer good power and performance that you need for a multimedia tablet. “We’ve listened to feedback from our first foray into Android tablets, which people said was priced exactly where they wanted it – a guilt-free way to get into tablet computing. However, Android 2.3 provided limitations that we’ve overcome with Android 4.0 ICS,” said Ruslan Kogan, CEO.
To gives best viewing experience, Kogan Agora tablet sports a 10-inch capacitive Multi-touch screen display with illuminated soft-keys and support maximum resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels offer clear, bright and good color for images and videos. You can also connect the device to bigger HDTV and enjoy high definition videos, streaming on YouTube or playing flash based games with your friends or family. On the front, there is a camera with internal microphone for high quality social networking, while on the back you’ll find 2 megapixel camera for capture photos or video recording.
Other specifications are USB 2.0 port, 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD card slot for expandable storage capacity up to 32GB, a battery which offer up to 8hours of battery life on single charge and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n for a reliable connection to a wireless network. Like other ICS tablet, the Agora also support Google Mobile Service, such as YouTube, GMail, Picassa, Search and download more than 450.000 useful applications, widget, games, books or videos on Google Play.
“We want people to be able to experience a portable, powerful tablet and use the latest software for a fraction of the cost,” said Ruslan Kogan, CEO. According the product specifications, Kogan Agora tablet will be available for buying from June, 25 with price tag at $180 for Kogan Agora 8GB models and at $200 for Kogan Agora 16GB models. So, what you think? Are you interested to buy the device?