A touch-screen, convertible laptop with a stylus – $399 isn’t the price you’d expect to pay for that right? Kogan wants to challenge that.
Now a laptop under $400 isn’t unheard of. Lenovo’s Miix, HP’s Stream among others – but Kogan’s stylish laptop that is fully convertible offers something really appealing – the complete package.
It’s a Celeron processor, 64GB hard drive, 4GB RAM and it’s packed into a 13.3 inch form factor, running Windows 10. Notably Kogan include a stylus in the package, something others are not doing.
“Our news feeds have been flooded with the latest devices and consumer gadgets from CES 2018. Although impressive, the latest gadgets are often too expensive for many Australians.
“Our mission is to give Aussies access to the latest in-demand technology at an affordable price. We take great pride in our ability to cut out the middlemen and pass on the best savings to our customers,” says Sergiy Bobrovnychyy, Product Manager at Kogan.com.
“We are kicking off the new year with a great addition to the Atlas range. The Kogan Atlas 13” C300 Convertible Notebook is the first convertible laptop we have released, and it’s available at a fraction of the price of its competitors.”
- Intel® Celeron® N3450 Quad-core processor
- 13.3″ display with 1920×1080 IPS resolution
- Windows 10 Home
- Windows Ink compatible touch pen
- 4GB RAM
- 64GB eMMC hard drive with SSD Expansion Slot
- WiFi AC
- 5000mAH battery size
- 13.3” display with 1080×1920 IPS resolution
- SSD Expansion Slot
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