Saturday , August 18 2018

Kogan - Chromebase
Launched at CES in January this year, the LG Chromebase is the first commercially available all-in-one ChromeOS PC on the market. The Chromebase has launched in Australia but has been in limited availability, with major retailers deciding against carrying it. But the PC has gotten a shot in the arm, with Kogan now selling the Chromebase for $399.

The Chromebase is a fairly reasonable spec for a baseline Kiosk or web PC, including an Intel Celeron-2955U Haswell based CPU. The system has fairly low RAM, but should run fine for most web-surfing. Also included with the Chromebase package are a keyboard/mouse combo. Full specs on the Chromebase:

  • 21.5-inch Full HD (1920 by 1080) IPS display
  • Intel Celeron processor
  • 2GB of memory
  • 16GB of integrated SSD storage
  • 1.3 megapixel webcam
  • Microphone for video calling
  • Twin 5W speakers
  • HDMI-in
  • LAN Ports
  • USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports

Kogan is selling the Chromebase for $399 with free shipping, with stock expected to leave the warehouse 1-2 weeks. This pricing beats the current retail pricing found on StaticIce, as well as the price + shipping cost of getting the Chromebase from Amazon.

If you’re in the market for an LG Chromebase then head on over to Kogan and check it out.

Source: Kogan.

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Just checked it out but instead of 399 it listed for 539 now?

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The current AU price for this on Staticice comes up as being $200 to $500 more than what this device goes for in the US.
AU was being gouged big time for the Australia Tax. THIS is why it was not selling.
So now Kogan has got stock to flog, at the price this device should have launched here for.

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