Lunchtime Deal: Kogan Android 4.2 3D TV For $449

If you're keen to jump on the Google TV bandwagon but refuse to stump up the cash, Kogan's latest 3D LED TV could be worth a look. The 42-inch Agora Smart 3D LED TV runs on the latest version of Android and is currently selling for an introductory "pre-sale" price of $449. Here's a peek at the specs.

The Kogan Agora Smart 3D LED TV boasts a 42-inch Full HD (1080p) LED panel with a brightness rating of 350cd/m² and a response time of eight millisecond (8sms). But its main claim to fame is its Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system which Kogan is billing as the world’s first on a 3D TV.

    Other product highlights include:

  • Built-in PVR functionality
  • 3D ready (includes two 3D glasses)
  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • 3x USB Ports (including one USB 3.0 port)
  • 3x HDMI Ports
  • 60Hz refresh rate
  • Supported USB Media Types: MKV, MP4, H.264, MPEG2, MPEG4, JPEG, PNG, BMP, MP3, WMA, MPG

The TV measures 958x52x566mm, which is around ten times thicker than the latest flagship LED TV from Samsung. Mind you, that TV will also set you back $10,000.

On the downside, you can’t check the quality of the TV in person prior to buying because Kogan is an online-only store. At this price though, it would have to be a real stinker to be not worth the money.

The Kogan Agora Smart 3D LED TV is available to pre-order now and will ship on 25 July.

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Comments

    8ms response tme is about 6ms too much for gaming, right?

    Hmm. Being able to run XBMC on my TV does have it's appeal.

    I still wonder how kogan can make 60HZ as 3D TV, which means you only get 30fps in Active 3D or 60fps in the passive 3D.

    Kinda suck tbh. But the price... you can't go wrong. But I wouldn't buy LED less than 120 Hz.

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