Video Surfaces of Kogan’s Agora Pro
After playing with touch screen devices for so long, our first instinct when we pick up a T-Mobile Dash or Samsung Blackjack is to want to push icons and tap URL bars with our fingers.Â That one missing method of input is enough to aggravate us no matter how good the OS.
The Agora Pro from Kogan looks to alleviate that problem.Â We couldn’t be more stoked about the touch screen on this thing.Â Having Android also helps just a tad too.
Some video of the device has found its way online, following some recent spy shots.Â Leaks coming fast and furious like this indicate a real world launch is right around the corner!
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