Kogan Agora tablet wireless not working

An excerpt of a report coming in from Paul with some wireless network woes with his Kogan Agora tablet:

Let’s surf the net a bit.

Oh…The web page (google) is anavailable.Check your wifi settings.

Okay…checking. Connecting….disconnected….connecting….disconnected…connecting….disconnected. OVER and OVER. RESET the whole thing and start again. Change channel in router. try different channels. OH! Connected!…disconnected…connected….

This is bringing back terrible memories I had with my Kogan Agora netbook and wireless!


Kogan Agora Tablet videos

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Waveblazer demo on Kogan Agora 7″ Tablet

Turbofly 3D demo on Kogan Agora 7″ tablet

Raging Thunder 2 demo on Kogan Agora 7″ Tablet

The new Kogan Agora laptop and tablet

The new Kogan Agora tablet and laptop

The new Kogan Agora tablet and laptop

After a hiatus from selling the Kogan Agora netbooks, Kogan has released a new range of laptops and tablets.

No longer a netbook (anything over 10″ is a laptop in my opinion), the new Agora laptop features a 11.6″ LED display, an Intel Celeron processor and a 4 cell battery.

The laptop comes in two models – the Agora and Agora Pro. The difference? The former has 1GB of RAM and a 250GB hard disk, and the latter doubles those specs – 2GB of RAM and a 500GB hard disk.

The new product in the Agora range is the Agora 7″ tablet. The 1GHz processor, 512MB memory and Android 2.3 (aka gingerbread) really makes me wish it had a 10″ display! The specs are good enough to warrant purchasing one except for that 7″ display.

A 7″ tablet is really just a big phone, and I already have a phone running Android! So come on Kogan – compete in the tablet market and release a 10″ tablet running Android 3.0 (aka honeycomb).

If any readers have a product from the new Agora range and wants to post some reviews, please leave a comment below and I’ll be in touch :)