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The Zoostorm 4-6610's performance in our processing-speed tests was worthy of a £1,000-plus laptop – and it costs just £750.
£750 inc VAT
The Zoostorm offers an impressive array of features and performance for a fairly modest price tag - and Windows Vista, of course.
£882 inc VAT
Our review of the Zoostorm 5-5005 reveals a well-built and portable Windows Vista Home Premium laptop.
£999 inc VAT
It shouldn't be any great surprise that the Zoostorm 4-6634 laptop PC hits new heights in our WorldBench speed benchmark tests.
£999 inc VAT
Not all Zoostorm products stand out from the crowd and it’s fair to say that the Zoostorm 52-4201 is no trailblazer, but this Intel Santa Rosa laptop is certainly…
£480 inc VAT
An updated version of the Zoostorm 52-4201, the 15.4in Zoostorm 52-4203 combines value with an increased processor speed and improved performance.
£480 inc VAT
The Logiq 6-5032 offers good performance for the money, provided you're willing to forego gaming, and it has a good specification. It's let down severely when it…
£586 inc VAT
While the compact Zoostorm Logiq 82-3601 may be encroaching on mini-laptop territory, it has a pretty fast specification.
£398 inc VAT
Looking at your typical netbook computer, you could be forgiven for thinking that it's something of a children's toy. In the case of the Zoostorm Fizzbook, you'd be…
£293 inc VAT
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