This week the company launched its "PC Passport" deal promising its customers the first ever free PC. The Logitext website proclaims: "We will not be the last, but we are certainly the first in the UK to supply a FREE PC."
Logitext is indeed offering a 333MHz PC to those who sign up for its Internet service. But in truth this is about as "free" as all the other deals floating around.
For a "free" PC customers must pay a £299 deposit and agree to pay £15 per month for Logitext's Internet service for a minimum of three years. This works out at £720 for a fairly modest computer.
Although Logitext has said they will update the PC after three years, by that time a 333MHz PC will be positively pre-historic