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  1. PC NextDay Zoostorm Core 2 Duo E6550 zStyle review

    PC NextDay Zoostorm Core 2 Duo E6550 zStyle review

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    Look hard enough and you'll find a PC that's every bit as sleek as a Mac. You might not expect a company like PCNextday to deliver such a product, but this new Zoostorm desktop looks great and is a powerful package - all for just £600.

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    Zoostorm 5-7401 Edge PC review

    Zoostorm 5-7401 Edge PC review

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    The 5-7401 Edge PC comes with an SLI motherboard and a power supply boasting enough juice for that second graphics card. There's no screen or other trappings of a full system, but this has enabled Zoostorm to concentrate on other elements of the rig, and produce something a little less budget-focused.

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    PC Next Day Zoostorm 4-320 Advanced Premium review

    PC Next Day Zoostorm 4-320 Advanced Premium review

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    We didn't expect this PC to come with many extras - £799 just isn't enough for that - yet somehow the Zoostorm 4-3420 Advanced Premium Family PC managed to provide them anyway.

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    PC Next Day Zoostorm Advanced PC review

    PC Next Day Zoostorm Advanced PC review

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    Just how important is the CPU in a gaming rig? Apparently not all that crucial, according to ZooStorm. Thanks to the inclusion of a budget-orientated version of Intel's Core 2 Duo chip, this system risks an immediate pummelling from the more powerful competition

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    Zoostorm 2-3423 Versatile E2160 review

    Zoostorm 2-3423 Versatile E2160 review

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    The £500 price tag is clearly the big attraction in this PC, which boasts a feature-packed version of Vista, 2GB RAM, a 250GB SATA hard drive and a powerful graphics card. This latest Zoostorm from the Versatile range has a lot going for it

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    PC NextDay Zoostorm 2-3423 review

    PC NextDay Zoostorm 2-3423 review

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    Any sight of the word 'Pentium' either makes us think of ugly boxes coated in 'Intel Inside' decals, or piping-hot Prescotts with haughty heatsinks. Our collection of processors enter and leave PCs with more frequency than a Dell returns department

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    Zoostorm 2-3305 Versatile PC review

    Zoostorm 2-3305 Versatile PC review

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    While some PC manufacturers try to get your attention with an eye-catching case, PC Next Day is happy with a conventional, black and silver tower system. It still looks acceptable and generally seems a practical choice, if a little dull

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    Zoostorm 2-3305 Versatile PC review

    Zoostorm 2-3305 Versatile PC review

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    The present time is an interesting one if you need to buy a new PC. If you're extremely keen to discover what all the fuss is about and start using Vista then it's a great time to buy.

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    PC Nextday Zoostorm 2-5301 review

    PC Nextday Zoostorm 2-5301 review

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    Now that Windows Vista has been released, PC resellers are falling over themselves to sell the first systems with the OS preinstalled. Many have offered Vista as a free upgrade from Windows XP, redeemable through a voucher scheme

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    Zoostorm 4-6402 review

    Zoostorm 4-6402 review

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    There are many different tricks that manufacturers can employ to make their tower systems stand out, but PC Next Day hasn't employed any of them.

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    Zoostorm 5-7503 Advanced PC review

    Zoostorm 5-7503 Advanced PC review

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    When you're choosing a video- and photo-editing PC, a large case probably isn't high on your list of priorities. Yet the Zoostorm's bulk does have its advantages, such as five drive bays which makes it easy to add more hard drives

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    Zoostorm 1-2302 Economy PC review

    Zoostorm 1-2302 Economy PC review

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    There are many ways that a budget PC can go wrong. A cramped, badlyorganised case; a noisy little fan; too little RAM; or a small HDD. Fortunately, this Zoostorm from PC Nextday doesn't fall foul of any ofthese common economy PC disasters.

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    Zoostorm 7-7401 Downloader's Dream review

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    While most get by fine on 300GB or less of data storage, there are those for whom adding new hard drives to the array is a constant process. These are the BitTorrenters, the media-hoarders; and with the advent of HD content

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