Do not pass Go, and do collect at least $399 if you want to go and get Kogan's latest ultra-portable Windows 10-powered computer, which on the surface looks a bit like a Surface Go clone but with a 13.3-inch screen.
Ok, so we don't have a screen above 6-inches, while the processor isn't the most powerful, but Kogan has launched the latest model in its ultra-affordable Android smartphone and for the price, it's impressive!
Suggesting that Ellen and Kim Kardashian "step aside" due to an event even bigger than their own efforts to "break the Internet" is obviously just hyperbole, but Kogan never misses an opportunity to get publicity.
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