Kogan became the first to ship Chromium OS laptops

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(credit: Kogan) Kogan Agora Ultra Portable Laptop | £269.00 | www.kogan.co.uk

Kogan, an Australia-based firm has became the first company in the world to ship the Google’s OS powered laptops. however, at this point in time, these are available only in Australia and United Kingdom market. the laptop, dubbed the Kogan Agora Ultra Portable Laptop is a 12-inch machine powered by Intel Celeron 1.3 GHz (SU2300) and have 1 GB worth of DDR2 memory. storage is via a 30 GB Solid State Drive (SSD). dispatch of orders are expected to be as soon as June 7th so that you will have the bragging right of being one of the first to own a Chromium OS powered laptop.
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other features include Intel GS40 integrated video (with 256MB shared memory), built-in 1.3 MP webcam, wireless-ready (902.11 b/g/n), Bluetooth connectivity, 3-in-1 card reader, Ethernet port, 3x USB port and HDMI output. the Kogan Agora is packed with a 4-cell, 4600 mAh battery pack that is has a modest span of about 3.5 hours. the Kogan Agora Ultra Portable Laptop is available now for £269 (about US$442) a pop on Kogan UK web store or AU$349 on Kogan Australia web store.

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via Craving Tech

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