Thursday, March 19, 2009

We're sorry to admit this, but we never thought anything much about Agora even after they signed onto the Android product line (no offense to you Aussie's), so we are kind of shocked that the netbook they promised us back in February is actually here, and for only $320. Said netbook features the more robust Atom processor (N270) as well as the standard 1GB of RAM, 160GB HDD, 3-cell battery and a 10-inch screen.

A pro model is also available which boosts the RAM by another 1GB. Both systems come with gOS and according to Kogan will run Window's 7 (hopefully later this year). As said before the cheaper model will retail for the equivalent of $320 USD ($499 AUD), and the pro will clock in at $355 (549 AUD).

According to Kogan both models will be hitting us next month. No domestic release date has been shared but we're sure that these things are bound to start popping up on eBay should they never see US soil officially.



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