Kogan Atlas 13.3" C300 Convertible Notebook
This new Kogan C300 convertible got released recently, after a story of delays and sad faces. But now that I finally got my hands on it, I can say it's nice, and an impressive value proposition selling for just over $400AUD.
The case seems to be all metal, feeling very solid, albeit on the heavy side. The USP is 12V, which you can jerry rig an adapter for and recharge just about anywhere there's a car or a down-lights LED lights power brick. It comes with a screen pen, which may one day come in handy. And I could be wrong but it seems that it is fan-less, causing no noise at all.
This time I'm keeping the new laptop it its out-of-the-box state, no upgrades or mods, in case there's a warranty issue. I would be sad if something bad happened but not totally shocked as this is a fairly complicated device with moving parts.
First impression: LOVE IT !!!
- Screen 1920x1080, 13.3", 10 points capacitive multi-touch screen
- CPU Celeron N3450 Quad-core
- GPU Intel HD Graphics 500
- RAM 4GB
- SSD 64GB (m.2 2280 expandable to 512)
- Wi-Fi AC (Intel AC-3165, 2.4Ghz/5Ghz), Bluetooth 4.2, 1xUSB2, 1xUSB3
- Power 12V 3.0A
- Battery 5000mAh, 7.4V, 6 hours
- Mini HDMI, MicroSD card slot, 3.5mm headphone jack, 2 speakers, 2MP webcam, mic, G-Sensor
- OS Windows 10 Home 64-bit
- Size 320 x 211 x 15.8mm 1.56kg
MY WORKSTATION HISTORY
Kogan Atlas convertible laptop (Windows) -- current
Big Desktop (Ubuntu)-- current
Kogan Atlas laptop [w Sandisk 120GB SSD]
Acer Aspire One AAO D270 netbook laptop [w Corsair 32GB SSD]
Asus Eee PC 1015PX netbook laptop [w Corsair 32GB SSD]
Acer Aspire One AAO 543h netbook laptop [w Corsair 32GB SSD]
Asus eee pc 701 netbook laptop
Acer Aspire laptop
19 Jan 2019
A screen defect presented itself after just over 4 months.