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Kogan's Updated Its Android Tablet Specs Again

Kogan’s first Agora tablet was announced last month, but was shortly met with some criticism after it was revealed that its specs weren’t as good as originally thought. Well, the specs have been tweaked again, except this time it’s to give customers a better device. Can’t imagine anyone complaining about this.

In a blog post yesterday, Kogan outlined the upgrades to its maiden 7-inch Android tablet:

The new additional features include –

· Now compatible with 3G USB Dongles
· FREE upgrade to a 2.0 MP Camera (Formerly 1.3 MP)
· FREE upgrade to a 1 GHz processor with dedicated 200Mhz graphics processor
· Now compatible with external hard drives and USB sticks up to 1TB

The update applies to all Agora tablets, including those ordered in the first shipment last month. For no extra cost, that’s a pretty good improvement.

[Kogan]


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