When Kogan first started out, they didn't just announce products then cancel them a few days before launch. They offered cheap TVs direct to the public via an ebay store. Now another company has taken the exact same idea, and changed it only by naming the company Tyagi.A quick look at their website shows that a) they need a web designer much more than we do; and b) That the TVs on offer are as cheap as they look.
Unlike Kogan, Tyagi is yet to branch out to other gadgets like phones, or Blu-ray players, but it will be interesting to see what kind of quality we can expect from their TV sets.
Have any of you guys bought one of these TVs? Are they any good?