Ruslan Kogan is our clever countryman, full of e-tail excitement and cunningly clever marketing where if you're a keen detective, you can find a Google Home Mini for $1, AirPods for $5, an iPad for $20, a Dyson V8 for $30 and 16 other hidden super deals.
Online retailer Kogan has seen its shares fall by about a third on Monday, with a drop to $3.11, losing $1.53.
Do not pass Go, and do collect at least $399 if you want to go and get Kogan's latest ultra-portable Windows 10-powered computer, which on the surface looks a bit like a Surface Go clone but with a 13.3-inch screen.
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