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A sham or a deal?

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Greetings to one and all.

It's been a while since I posted anything here and with this recent development I thought now might be the time to revisit GtG. I've decided to purchase a Zune HD as I've used one before and greatly admired the UI (I'm not so fond of the lack of hardware controls but I can deal with it) and I wanted to make digital space on my phone. So I'm in the market for a 64GB model, and I searched Google as any geek would for a starting point.

I came across two sites offering the 64gb Zune HD for a surprisingly low price, I suppose their claim would be because it's wholesale. Though I'm a little apprehensive about ponying up the cash right here and now as A: I said before the prices seem too good to be true, and B: Both sites look exactly the same.

They have a VeriSign secure seal but that alone is not enough to convince me. So I ask you, do any of you think that this site, and or this site are sincerely offering the Zune HD 64gb for a reasonable price, or are they just trying to scam people out of their money?

If they do turn out to be a scam, does anyone know where I could find a Zune HD with 64gb of space that isn't over $400?

Input is, as always, greatly appreciated.
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