Kogan unveils new Atlas laptop range, starting at $199

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Kogan unveils new Atlas laptop range, starting at $199

Kogan has revealed its new range of Atlas laptops, starting at $199.

The range includes two 2-in-1 touchscreen notebooks and a new UltraSlim laptop, all running on Windows 10 Home and available for pre-orders on Kogan’s website.

“Every customer is an individual with different needs when it comes to technology,” Kogan product manager Sergiy Bobrovnychyy said.

“We want to make sure that they have access to the high-performance products that best suits their work, at great prices that don’t compromise on quality.”

The $199 Atlas 2-in-1 D300 touchscreen notebook features a 10.1-inch 1280x800 display, 32GB of MultiMediaCard (eMMC) storage, 2GB of RAM, a 5800 milliampere (mAH) battery and an Intel Atom x5-Z8350 processor.

Meanwhile, the Atlas 2-in-1 D500 touchscreen notebook has the same processor but has a higher resolution 10.1-inch screen at 1920x1200, 4GB of RAM, 64GB eMMC storage, a 6000 mAH battery and an included Windows Ink-compatible stylus.

The $349 Atlas UltraSlim X300 has a 13.3-inch 1920x1080 display in an aluminium body, featuring an Intel Celeron N3350 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of eMMC storage and a 4600mAH battery.

“The demand for hybrid devices that can suit each individual’s computing requirements has never been higher, and Kogan.com is here to meet those needs with the best value possible,” Bobrovnychyy said.

“Every Australian should have access to the latest technology at a reasonable price, and it is part of Kogan.com’s mission to make this a reality.”

In January this year, the online retailer released two versions of its higher-end Atlas UltraSlim range, with the $569 UltraSlim and the $799 UltraSlim Pro.

Meanwhile earlier this month, Kogan also announced that it would allow customers to pay for purchases up to $1000 in instalments through the ZipPay digital wallet.

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