Stimulus package bargain buys

We highlight the best gear to buy with Rudd’s cash-bonanza handout.

Best Television: Kogan KEVIN37 (RRP: $900)

Kogan’s 37in Full HD LCD wears its stimulus package credentials on its sleeve — and we mean that literally (it comes with a Kevin07–inspired T-shirt). With its cheeky name and $900 price tag, the KEVIN37 is the ideal stimuli purchase for anyone in need of a HDTV.

In the words of company founder Ruslan Kogan: "The KEVIN37 in conjunction with the tax bonus is a great combination for Australians looking for an affordable home entertainment solution." With a built-in HD digital tuner, Full HD 1080p resolution, 6ms response time and 1200:1 contrast ratio, it represents reasonable value for money.

If you don’t support our current government, there’s no need to fret — Kogan is in no way affiliated with Kevin Rudd, as the company points out on its website (amusingly misspelling Labor as ‘Labour’ in the process.)

The Kogan KEVIN37 can only be purchased directly from the manufacturer. For more information, visit the Kogan Web site.

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