Agora 10" 16GB Tablet - Powered by Android ICS!....$199, shipping $19

21 June 2012

I came past this tablet which seems like a good buy for the specifications....anyone have an idea about the brand quality?

Technical Specifications
Front0.3Rear Megapixels2MP

BluetoothYes USBvia microUSB to USB adapter Wi-Fi802.11b/g/nDisplay

1024 x 768Size10"TypeIPS, 5-point multi-touch capacative touchscreen

Battery Life8 hours
Dimensions24.3 x 19.0 x 1.2cm
OSAndroid 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Standby Life4-5 daysWeight0.601kg

Internal Storage16GB

USB 2.01
microSDYes, up to 32GBMedia
Audio PlaybackMP3, WMA, 3GP, AAC, FLAC, WAV, OGG, M4A, MA4, APEVideo PlaybackWMV, MKV, MOV, AVI, RM/RMVB, FLV, MPGOutputs
HDMI®1080p via miniHDMI to HDMI cable (not included)Headphone Out3.5mm TRS


  • odysseus
    It's a brand new product so too early to say; there haven't been any reviews yet. However, reading through similar related products, it seems like quality is dependant to a large part on the supplier customisation (i.e. Kogan). They might have done a great job but, for me, I'd wait to hear what other's experiences are before buying.
  • Pookie
    It's $159 cheaper than a Lenovo which has slightly better specs so if you are after an entry level pad this isnt too bad. Either way, it looks like it has sold out already :)
  • odysseus
    It's still available. Kogan's the kind of place that won't sell out if something's in demand. As for specs, with tablets where the touch interface is a big part of the experience, I'd wait for real world reports as the specs won't cover the user interface and touch responsiveness.
  • odysseus
    As I feared: I'm not a believer of the statement that "you get what you pay for" for a multitude of reasons, but Kogan not having a lot of specialist expertise, and using a model that had mediocre results elsewhere, meant this was unlikely to be a great performer.

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