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Kogan offers discounted Apple, Toshiba, HP laptops

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Online retailer Kogan has expanded its range of attractively priced products to include laptops from Apple, HP and Toshiba – some up to 46 per cent cheaper.

Kogan will also have discounted iPhone 4S stock and is slashing the price of the popular Dr Dre Beats headphones.

Ruslan Kogan, founder and CEO of Kogan, says his company only sources the products consumers want.

“The new products joining our range are exactly what Australian online shoppers have been asking for,” Kogan said.

“As with all products sold by Kogan, these are backed by local support and warranty.”

The Toshiba 14-inch Satellite L740

The new products include:

Apple MacBook Air 11-inch with 64GB SSD -$979 (usually $1099)

Apple MacBook Air 11-inch with 128GB SSD – $1279 (usually $1349)

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch with 128GB SSD – $1379 (usually $1449)

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch with 256GB SSD – $1709 (usually $1799)

Apple iPhone 4S 16GB – Unlocked – $739 (usually $799)

Toshiba 14-inch Satellite L740 Intel Core i3 – $569 (usually $814)

HP 15.6-inch Notebook PC Intel Core i3 – $569 (usually $769)

HP 15.6-inch ProBook 4530s Intel Core i5 – $589 (usually $1099)

Beats by Dr Dre Studio Black – $399 (usually $499)

The HP 15.6-inch ProBook  4530s

In 2012 Kogan is on track to grow by more than 500 per cent with a revenue goal of more than $100 million this financial year.

“The Kogan business has been growing at an extraordinary rate, we saw a 408 per cent increase in the last quarter of 2011 from the last quarter of 2010. We’re exploding in Australian and around the world,” Kogan said.”

“We’ve had great feedback and support globally and our rapid growth means we can continue expanding our range to offer more electronics and applainces to smart shoppers.

“We are experts at finding innovative ways to deliver the latest technology at market leading prices.”

www.kogan.com.au

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