Kogan Tweaks Agora Android Tablet Specs Again

Kogan’s Agora Android tablet managed to sell out pretty quickly, but caused some embarrassment to the online retailer when it turned out the specs had been overstated. Now the specs have been tweaked again ahead of the late May ship date, though it looks like the changes this time around are an improvement.

A blog post on the Kogan site notes that the device will now include a 2.0 megapixel camera (up from 1.3), a 1GHz processor, the ability to connect to external USB drives with up to 1TB of storage and the ability to connect a 3G dongle while you’re on the road.

The post also points out that any customers who bought the device but changed their mind after the specs changed could get a full refund, while asking if buyers think Kogan should have handled the situation differently. How do you think Kogan should have dealt with the Agora specs problem it created?


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