The results? It looks like we’ll be getting a pretty standard mini-laptop with a 160GB hard drive, 1GB of RAM, and Linux. Windows will not be available as an option at launch. Unlike some mini-laptops, the Kogan netbook will have user upgradeable RAM, with the machine supporting up to 2GB.
Kogan says the machine will be produced in China, and he expects to begin taking orders for $529 to $539 AU (about $340 to $347 US) in just a few weeks.