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Kogan TV Reviews
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Sydney Morning Herald:
“The Kogan (TV) has excellent colour, tonality and resolution. Black-and-white photos look splendid, with true black and white, with luminous shadows and detailed highlights. Skin tones are beautifully natural with no over-saturation or sharpening.”
“As a second TV that still has all the smarts, this little Kogan delivers more than you’d expect for its price.”
“When you’re displaying 4K content on it, the Kogan Agora TV actually displays plenty of detail...If you want to use the Agora as a giant PC monitor, and play games like Titanfall at Ultra HD resolutions, it actually works perfectly well.”
“Kogan has recently released the Ultra HD 55” Agora Smart 3D LED TV, which takes viewing to the next level. (The) higher resolution gives superior picture quality and HD content looks crisp and clear. (I)f you are looking to upgrade or get a smart TV, look no further.”
“this Kogan (TV) is impressive. It provides a sharp picture with bold, punchy colours. Contrast is strong, and black levels are nice and deep. This is a cheap and cheerful TV, even if it’s not too subtle about it.”
"Kogan's 55-inch 4K Smart TV comes with a well-rounded spec list, including four HDMI inputs, three USB 2.0, one USB 3.0 and a microSD card slot. On the connectivity-front, there's Ethernet and WiFi built-in, and it runs Android 4.2.2 with Google Play, letting you save downloaded apps to the 4GB of internal storage. There's a dual-core 1.2GHz Cortex A9 with a Mali 400 GPU inside."
"Kogan’s Android 4.2 Smart TV is an interesting product, more innovative than anything we’ve seen recently from any of the big brands. The no-frills Android 4.2 that it runs allows familiar, direct and simple access to a wide range of Android apps. When you don’t want the Smart features, it’s also a generally good TV, with a decent screen and good image quality. If you can devote some time to learning its ins and outs, it’s surprisingly powerful and useful. 4/5."