Kogan is doing its "until midnight" pumpkin sale again, and this time around they're mostly focused on gadgets like Wi-Fi digital radios, set top boxes, eBook readers, and home appliances. For instance, the Android-powered Agora Internet TV set top box is $140 (down from $180), and their decidedly Dyson-esque multi-cyclonic vacuum cleaner is now just 60 bucks. [Kogan]
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