The Australian company Kogan Technologies has announced its intention to start selling its own portable computer under the name of AGORA, which operates under the control of the Gromium OS operating system from Google.
The novelty is enclosed in the housing with dimensions of 290 x 195 x 25.6 mm, weighs 1.32 kg and equipped with a 12-inch LCD display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, the screen of which has a ratio of sides 16: 9 and is equipped with LED backlight. There are also cars in the arsenal: there are:
- Intel Celeron M ULV processor with a clock frequency of 1.30 GHz;
- Intel GS40 Express chipset with integrated graphics;
- Gigabyte of RAM DDR2 (it is possible to increase the volume to 4 GB);
- SSD drive with a capacity of 30 GB;
- Two mounted dynamics;
- Built-in 1.3-megapixel webcam and microphone;
- Wi-Fi 802 wireless networks adapter.11b/g/n;
- Bluetooth module;
- Integrated 3-in-1 cardrider;
- Three USB ports, RJ-45 connector, VGA and HDMI ports, nests for connecting headphones and microphone;
- 4600 mAh, 4600 mAh, a 4-element battery, the charge of which should be enough for 3.5 hours of autonomous work.
As for the price of the product, it is set at $ 372.
- Kogan Technologies