There are better 4G phones to be found, but none of them come close to the low price tag on the Kogan Agora 4G.
There are some limitations, but overall, this is a quad-core Android smartphone that represents impressive value for money.
The Agora ICS tablet is great value for money, so long as you are prepared to sacrifice performance and battery life for an astonishingly low ticket price.
Typical price: $179.00
If you're familiar with Android, you'll feel at home with an Agora Dongle in your living room. Just be sure you don't want an Apple TV first.
Typical price: $99.00
The Agora is cheap for an Android tablet, but its not good value for money. For all of the features on offer, we can't overlook the significant sacrifices in core elements of the tablet computing experience.
Typical price: $189.00
The Agora brings the concept of a low-cost netbook firmly back on the agenda, but its woeful wireless performance seriously detracts from its value proposition.
Typical price: $539.00
Kogan's budget Agora phone gets a 4G upgrade, offering a solid experience for a very low price.
The Kogan Agora is a new Android phone that costs just £120, with two SIM card slots to save you money when travelling.
So, you want a tablet, but you're not willing to pay iPad prices for one? We rip the plastic off the AU$179 Kogan Agora tablet to see how much computer you get for your money.