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daniel_c

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i was just wondering wich music/video player would be better... add your opinion here.

zune incase u never knew is microsofts version of the ipod and apparently going to be better. though its no going to be released till november sometime
this is how zune is going to look like.
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Edited by daniel_c, 11 August 2006 - 06:18 PM.

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No one knows and nobody even knows if that ^^^ is what its going to look like, also no one knows and specifications o capabilities of either that or the new ipod, no one even knows that on release it will be called zune it probably wont its common practice to have a working name and change it before release.
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I would have thought they would call it an ePod.
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heres an update on ZUNE "Toshiba is to Manufacture Microsoft’s Zune"

"The official details of the product confirm the speculations that were generated in regard to Zune. Microsoft’s digital music player will feature a 30GB hard drive, Wi-Fi capability and FM radio. The device’s Wi-Fi characteristics will permit file sharing among players and even advanced connectivity options as up to four users will be able to concomitantly enjoy music from a single device. Zune’s 3-inch screen is also a confirmation of the video capabilities built into Zune, despite rumors of the feature’s delay, and will be complemented by the Redmond Company’s music and video download service."


Edited by daniel_c, 28 August 2006 - 03:21 AM.

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