It turns out that Kogan muffed up the specs on its Android tablet announcement yesterday. Where they said the resolution was 1024×600, the actual product will come with 800×480. And that’s not all.
The original spec sheet also included Bluetooth, which the actual product won’t include.
To its credit, Kogan has notified any customer who ordered the Android tablet, and if the change in specs means you don’t want the product anymore, the online retailer is offering a full refund.
Still, resolution and Bluetooth aside, it’s still super cheap for a capacitive touchscreen 7-inch tablet…
Dear Valued Kogan Customer,
Thank you for your purchase of the Agora 7″ Tablet PC with Capacitive Touchscreen – Powered by Android.
It has come to our attention that, at the time of your purchase, we had unintentionally incorrectly advertised the screen resolution of the tablet as 1024×600 on the listing. The actual screen resolution is 800×480, which has been updated on the website, and is available for viewing here.
The small change in screen resolution will not change how the tablet operates. Android Apps will look great in this size, and the product continues to be the best value tablet available in Australia.
As with any products that are sold using our LivePrice pricing system, you can request a refund at any time (including within 7 days after delivery). If you would like a refund as a result of the change in specifications, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All refunds will be processed within one business day.
Once again, we sincerely apologise for the error, and any inconvenience this may have caused.
The Kogan Team