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If TV manufacturers can be believed, curved panels are capable of drawing the viewer into the image in a way flatscreens don't. While once exclusive to cashed up videophiles, the technology is finally becoming affordable to mainstream consumers. At the introductory price of $749, the Kogan 55" 4K Curved LED TV is the cheapest we've seen by a huge margin. Let's take a look at the specs.

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Dear Lifehacker, I'm interested in buying the Kogan Agora 6 Plus smartphone. It seems to have great features, the most important of which to me is dual SIM. However, I read the dual SIM is 4G-2G, Do you know if the second SIM port will work as I thought the 2G network was shut down in Australia?

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A phone doesn't have to cost you a whole paycheck, even a good one. Affordable, fully-featured smartphones are popping into the market more and more often, putting previously premium features into lower and lower price ranges.

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Today, Kogan switched on its 4G network, which will be provided to all pre-paid customers at no extra charge. Assuming your phone is compatible, this should see improvements to speed and reliability across talk and data services. Hurrah! There's also a new "11XL" plan with a whopping 11GB data for under $50 a month.

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The Dick Smith brand name will live on as an online store owned and operated by Kogan. The resurrected Dick Smith e-store will launch on 1 June. So what does this mean for existing warranties? And what happens to Dick Smith's existing customer information? Here's what you need to know.

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The Google Chromecast 2 is finally coming to Australia, some five months after its international release date. (Tch.) The first retailer off the rank is Kogan, which is selling the streaming wonder-gizmo for $59. Compared to the US price of US$35 ($49.37) — plus tax — this is a pretty good price.

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Kogan has decided to wet its toes in the enthusiast gamer space, offering a $999 Windows 10 notebook that promises to deliver a "flagship" gaming experience. Packing in a discreet Nvidia graphics card and an Intel Core i7 CPU, the Atlas Pro is certainly a cut above Kogan's previous laptop releases — but is it actually worth $999? That all depends on what you plan to use it for...

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The Australian online retailer best known for spruiking cheap TVs and gadgets has today launched a holiday booking website dubbed Kogan Travel. The service will purportedly offer savings of up to 75% on popular holiday destinations such as China, Fiji, Vietnam and Thailand. Let's take a look at some of the deals currently on offer.