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42" 4K Smart LED TV (Ultra HD) $499 + Delivery (Bonus Cable Pack) @ Kogan


This TV is usually $599 + delivery.

now $499 + delivery and get a cable pack thrown in (includes : HDMI: 3m, Optical: 2m, Coaxial: 2m, Antenna: 2m)

Kogan 42" Agora 4K Smart LED TV (Ultra HD)

Speakers 2 x 5W


Packaged 108.2 x 16.9 x 68.8cm VESA Wall Mount Pattern 400 x 200 Weight of TV with Stand 26.5kg Without Stand 97.0 x 6.0 x 57.7cm With Stand 97.0 x 24.5 x 62.4cm

Brightness 280cd/m² Colour Depth 10bit, 10bit Dynamic Contrast Ratio 4000:1 Native Aspect Ratio 16:9 Panel AUO PCBI Panel Technology LED PC Supported Resolutions 640x480 @ 60Hz, 800x600 @ 60Hz, 1024x768 @ 60Hz, 1280X1024 @ 60Hz, 1366X768 @ 60Hz, 1920X1080 @ 60Hz, 3840 x 2160 @ 30Hz Pixel/Dot Pitch 0.242 x 0.242 Refresh Rate 60Hz Resolution 3840 x 2160 Response Time 6.5ms Size 42" Supported Aspect Ratios Panorama, 16:9, 4:3, Auto, Movie, Subtitle, Full View Viewable Angle 178° x 178°
Functions and Features

Electronic Programme Guide Yes Personal Video Recorder Yes Supported USB Devices FAT32, NTFS formatted, externally powered devices up to 1TB Supported USB Media Types JPG,JPE,PNG,BMP,MP3,AAC,MPG,MPEG,MP4,MOV,MKV Timeshift Yes USB Media Playback Yes

Antenna In 1 Audio 1 Component (YPbPr) 1 Composite (AV) 1 Ethernet 1 HDMI 4 VGA (D-sub) 1

Wall Mount Screw Size Metric M6

Coaxial Audio Out 1

CPU Cortex-A9 dual core GPU Mali 400 OS Android OS Version 4.2 Jelly Bean RAM 1.5GB

Energy Consumption 276kWh per year Standby Consumption < 1W
Tuning and Signal

Analogue TV System PAL/SECAM Signal Compatibility 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p Tuner Type Integrated HD Digital Tuner

Type 4K UHD TV, Smart TV

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  • +1 vote

    good price tho


    "Response Time 6.5ms" If this is accurate then this pretty good for a cheap UHD. Not much Video content at UHD resolution at the moment, but might make a decent monitor if your GPU supports 4K? (clearly when twitch gaming you'd want to drop down to 1080p, as 30Hz isn't great).

  • +1 vote

    Shipping $33.73 to Sydney, 2000; $28.24 to Melbourne, 3000; $41.58 to Brisbane, 4000. $70ish to regional NSW


    Unless you can drive 4k on you pc stick to 1080p, nothing beats native resolution for sharpness on a pc.


    I wonder whether a typical Dell laptop with HD4400 graphics can drive one of these at 4k. Does anyone know? The GPU supports it in theory….
    I do have dedicated graphics, but it blue-screens whenever it runs on battery….


      search up a 4k video on youtube and try watching it in 4k


        My laptop won't go into 4k because my monitor does not support it. It won't let me add it as custom resolution either, saying "The custom resolution exceeds the maximum bandwidth capacity" (that's before even trying to use it). No point playing a 4k video if my monitor isn't in 4k.


          But just try playing a youtube video in 4k, or download a 4k movie trailer or something, and if it doesn't run smoothly on your res, then you'll know it won't do it while outputting 4k


          @mr kindface: I don't care about smooth. It's for office use. I just want it to work at all. Smooth is bonus :)


        Watching normal HD youtube clips already smashes my monthly internet usage. Imagine downloading 4K!


      HD4400 is definitely enough to drive 4k @ 30fps. However the experience is affected by the video codec as it might not be accelerated directly by the GPU.


    Good price for a 4k TV indeed. Yet if you don't 4k content to play at this very moment it's a better idea to wait until 4K@60fps / HDMI 2.0 hits mainstream. Imagine NBA league pass with 4K/60fps…oh my! (poor internet speed).


    cheap, but when are the 60HZ HDMI 2.0 UHDTVs coming?