I own a digital frame, and I enjoy it, but I'll be the first to admit that they are not the most exciting gadgets in the world. If you are a Twitterholic, Kogan's new 8-inch frame may change all that.
Response is snappy, which could be down to the Agora's hardware or the as-of-yet uncertain scalability of Android. The interface seems to work fine on this differently shaped screen, and the hybrid touch/keyboard navigation, partially explored with the G1 but more fully realized here, is a natural fit for the OS.
Just days before its CES debut, the Kogan Agora Pro Android phone has been captured in the wild for the first time with a standard array of blurry photographs.
There are a few things missing here, as the data connection and on-screen keyboard don't seem to be functioning for the time being. This makes checking out some of Android's most important functions sort of difficult, but in the context of a disappointing and complete dearth of new Android hardware since the G1, it's…