Want a cheap TV? Want a cheap big TV? Want a cheap big 4K TV? Want a cheap big 4K curved TV?
You almost had all the boxes ticked, Kogan. Almost. But that doesn't make this screen any less of a bargain.
Kogan relaunched its mobile business in late 2015 after shutting it down in 2013. This time around, the company used Vodafone as its wholesale telco provider. After just over a year, Kogan Mobile has grown so much that it exceeded its six-month revenue forecast by 83.3%, according the company's financial results for June to December 2016.
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.
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.
Today, Dick Smith opened the digital doors to its online store, following the closure of all brick-and-mortar outlets in New Zealand and Australia. So what are the deals like? Are there any bargains to be had, or is it the same overpriced rubbish that killed off the brand in the first place? We investigate.
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...
Kogan Mobile may have failed miserably back in 2013 but the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is back with Vodafone as its wholesale telco provider. Only month-to-month plans are available on Kogan Mobile at this stage. See how they stack up against the competition.
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.