Kogan Unveils Its First Convertible Laptop, Atlas

Kogan Unveils Its First Convertible Laptop, Atlas
Image: Kogan.com
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Yesterday, Kogan.com announced it’s entering the convertible laptop market with the Kogan Atlas 13-inch C300 Convertible Notebook. Neato!

For the perfectly cromulent price of $399 you get a 13.3-inch display putting out a standard 1920×1080 resolution, powered by a two-year-old Intel Celeron N3450 processor. It’s not going to set any records for speed or its looks, but for its price its more than enough for some one who works on-the-go but has to remain price conscious. It’s all about the practicality.

For your $399 you’ll also get 4GB RAM, Windows 10 Home and a Windows Ink compatible touch pen, as well as a quick but tiny 64GB SSD – with an expansion slot to add more yourself later.

“Our mission is to give Aussies access to the latest in-demand technology at an affordable price,” says Sergiy Bobrovnychyy, Product Manager at Kogan.com.

“We are kicking off the new year with a great addition to the Atlas range. The Kogan Atlas 13-inch C300 Convertible Notebook is the first convertible laptop we have released, and it’s available at a fraction of the price of its competitors.”