So what do you get for your money? Both models feature a Cortex A8 CPU running at 1GHz, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage. Wi-Fi (b/g), microSD, USB (1 port), HDMI and a front-facing 2MP camera are all standard.
The 8in model has an 800x600 display, while the 10in's resolution is 1024x768. Yes, that's the old 4:3 ratio. A 16:9 display may be preferable if watching video is particularly important to you, but 4:3 is arguably better for other types of content (especially books) and for at least some apps.
Both models use capacitive touchscreens. The Agora 10in includes a 5500mAh battery in place of the 8in's 3600mAh - those extra pixels need feeding.
The OS is Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), and includes the Android Market.
"The Kogan Agora 7in Tablet we launched earlier in the year was a roaring success, selling out multiple production runs within days. But we have had a lot of constructive feedback over the past few months in the Kogan community that have resulted in direct changes to the new range," said Kogan founder Ruslan Kogan.
"As a result, we know we're creating an device that will be loved by anyone wanting to own their own tablet without feeling guilty for forking out an arm and a leg," he added.