Zoostorm 52-6101 Versatile Thin and Light Laptop - 14.1" Widescreen £699
Zoostorm 52-6101 Versatile Thin and Light Laptop - 14.1" Widescreen £699

Zoostorm 52-6101 Versatile Thin and Light Laptop - 14.1" Widescreen £699

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Processor Type - Core Duo T7200
Processor Speed - 2.0GHz CPU
Hard Drive - 120GB 2.5" SATA
Display - 14.1 inch TFT display
Widescreen Type - WXGA (1280 x 800)
Video Chipset - ATi X1600
Video - RAM 256MB
Optical Drive - DVD+/RW Double Layer
Operating System - Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
Wireless LAN - Built in Wireless LAN 802.11g 54Mbps
Weight - Kg 2.5

If you're looking for an ultra-portable, high performance Windows Vista laptop, then the 52-6101 is the answer. Offering stunning value, this is a laptop that is small in size, but big on features!

The Zoostorm 52-6101 offers tremendous performance. Built in wireless 54mbps LAN is coupled with the superb Core 2 Duo T7200 2.0Ghz CPU to give you excellent battery life and wireless freedom.

This Laptop is great for anyone who wants raw power in a small laptop, but without sacrificing battery life. The Core Duo processor is backed by 1GB DDR2 memory to give you extraordinary power for home and office applications and games. This is complimented by a spacious 120GB hard drive and a great DVD+/RW Double Layer optical drive.

In keeping with the thin and light theme, the display on this laptop is a 14.1" widescreen model with a resolution of 1,280 x 800, perfect for watching DVDs or working on 2 documents side by side. The backlight is excellent and bright, but if you do want to connect this laptop to another monitor it features a DVI socket built in.

The screen is powered by 256MB ATi Mobility Radeon X1600 which means you can even use this laptop for gaming and using standard settings on Doom 3 for example, you can achieve frame per second rates of around 28, which is extremely playable.

As usual, you will benefit from Zoostorm's award winning build quality and Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium edition is preinstalled for easy set up. This Laptop has everything you will need for advanced home and mobile computing - now and in the future.


Dimensions (HxWxD): 338 x 247 x 35 mm
Weight: 2.5kg
Battery Life: 1.5 hours


Processor: Intel Core Duo T7200
Speed: 2.0GHz
Cache: 2MB
FSB: 667MHz


Memory Installed: 1GB
Memory Slots (free): 1 (1)
Maximum Memory: 2GB

BIOS: Insyde
Sound: Realtek ALC883
Pointing Device: Touchpad


Screen Size: 14.1" Widescreen
Native resolution: 1280 x 800
Graphics: ATI Mobility Radeon X1600
Graphics Memory: 256MB
Graphics Outputs: DVI


Hard Disk: 120GB 2.5" SATA
Optical Drive: DVD +/- RW DL
Optical Drive Speeds: 8x DVD+R, 8x DVD-R, 4x DVD+RW, 4x DVD-RW, 2.4X DVD+R DL, 3X DVD-RAM, 24X CD-R, 16X CD-RW, 8X DVD-ROM, 24X CD-ROM


USB2.0 Ports: 4
Firewire: 1
Networking: 10/100, 802.11a/b/g
PC Card Slots: 1x ExpressCard/54
Modem: Yes
Other Ports: Mini-jack optical S/PDIF out, Memory Card Reader (supports Secure Digital, Multimedia Card, Memory Stick)


Operating System: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
Other: CyberSource Power DVD 6, Ahead Nero 6

1 x Kensington lock port

Technology : BP-8050(S) 11.1V, 4.4Ah
Installed Qty : 1
Battery Life: 1.5 Hours

1 Year Return to Base Warranty


yes it's a nicely specced lappy and very portable..and with a graphics card that will allow gaming.

don't forget 3% quidco cashback


Battery life 1.5 hours?:?

A bit odd, for that size screen.

The graphics card eats the battery.

I am impressed that it has DVI though.

I'll keep this short (as i'm on my phone) but I'm extremely impressed with the Zoostorm I bought last Oct. Mine was a similar spec but a 1.6 processor, though I've upgraded from a mere 512mb to 2gb of RAM since. Plays all the latest games without a hitch, though you'll definitely benefit spending the time with driver hacks etc. to achieve the full hardware performance these are capable of.

If you're after a thin and light laptop this may not be what you are looking for - this weighs 2.5kg, and is pretty average. This is a cold deal

In fact you might even be better off buying a 15.4" laptop which may only be 2.8-2.9kg, will cost less, and be of a higher specification. If you really want a thin and light laptop you need to be closer 1 - 1.5kg. I can recommend the Lenovo X60 for this purpose.
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