It plugs into older or cheaper TVs to add the functionality found on more upmarket units.
Ruslan Kogan, founder and CEO of Kogan.com, said at the time "The future of TV is all about the Internet: bringing the entire web to the biggest screen in your home. Online movies, apps, social media, Skype, and more, all on the big screen."
The Wi-Fi dongle has taken a bit longer to come to market that expected - deliveries are now promised "within weeks" - but there's a bonus.
The $99 Smart TV HDMI Dongle is now going to be preloaded with the Quickflix app, and a six-week Quickflix 'all you can view' video streaming subscription (normally $14.99 per month) is included in the purchase price.
Users also have access to Quickflix pay-per-view offerings.
"We are bringing to market a whole new experience for householders without Pay TV.
"Kogan have been extremely successful in designing and retailing quality, affordable audio-visual products and we are delighted to be working with them."
Mr Kogan said "It's very exciting to now join forces with another great Australian brand and shake things up by making the best content available to any TV - via Quickflix on the Kogan Agora HDMI Dongle."