Microsoft Zune


So you’ve seen the Zune HD, now check out its little brother, the Zune 3rd. This model is rumored to be “a smaller flash player to replace the Zune 4/8/16.” No word yet on pricing or availability.

It’s unclear where this would fit; all we can see is that it retains the “squircle” and it’s packing a large widescreen.

[via Gizmodo]

New details on Microsoft’s upcoming Zune HD player have just emerged. It will supposedly feature an OLED multi-touch display, 16GB or 32GB of built-in storage, TV-out (HDMI), web browser, and wireless syncing.

As previously reported, the Zune HD is set to launch this fall (probably September) with new details of international availability in Canada, the U.K, and France.

[via PCWorld]

Though an official announcement has not yet been made, these leaked pictures apparently show Microsoft’s upcoming Zune HD portable media player. From what we can tell, it features a brushed aluminum case and larger display. Continue reading for one more teaser shot.

Looks like something is happening — big time — in Zune land. We present what might possibly be your first look at, yes… the Zune HD.

[via Engadget]

The guys over at College Humor have put together an interesting Microsoft Zune infomercial spoof showing just how easy it is to get your hands on one or 30 for that matter. Video after the break.

If you’re in the market for a Zune, you might as well go to the store that’s completely dedicated to everyone’s favorite portable media player.

[via Gizmodo]

For $395.00 on eBay, you could pick up a rare Nylon Microsoft Zune. This player was limited “to a run of 1,000 pieces, and comes in a pretty pink 30GB package that’s silk-screened with graphic bling designed by Dani Stahl.” Auction page. Click here for first picture in gallery.

Nylon Magazine has teamed up with Microsoft to create a limited edition Zune player, was available only at Urban Outfitters but swiftly SOLD OUT and will never be offered again.

[via eBay]

New Zune

The new Zune models are now officially available and have been unboxed for your viewing pleasure — a blue 8GB and the 120GB. Click here for first picture in gallery.

With just capacity and color changes, there’s not a lot to gawk at, but we’ve always had a soft spot for Microsoft’s Zune packaging and “Welcome to the Social” greetings.

[via Engadget]

Zune 3

Microsoft’s Zune 3 .0 firmware update features “improved Now Playing view, and new Picks view auto-populated to reflect your listening habits.” Video after the break.

The official Zune 3.0 details we saw earlier today are now visible in video form, showing off purchasing from FM, Wi-Fi music store and channels, which recommends music to you based on what you already listen to.

[via GizmodoEngadget]

Microsoft Zune Phone

This Microsoft Zune Phone concept features a sleek interface, 5.0-megapixel camera, and even a touchscreen display. No word yet on if Microsoft will actually be releasing a Zune phone. Click here for one more picture.

Until they actually confirm, check out the Zune Contact concept by Adam Huffman. He’s revamped the interface, made the body madly thin, slapped on a 5 MP camera and went all touchscreeny.

[via Yankodesign]

120GB Zune

Despite not being officially released, a Fry’s Electronics customer managed to snag a 120GB Zune for $249.99. Click here for first picture in gallery.

t appears that at least one lucky shopper at a Fry’s in Atlanta managed to get their hands on a 120GB Zune before its official release, and there are even unboxing pics and a receipt to prove it.

[via Gizmodo]

Have you been wanting to upgrade your Zune, but waiting for the price to drop a bit? Then check out Amazon’s latest deal on the 8GB Microsoft Zune, priced at just $179.99 shipped. Video review after the break. Product page.

No word on what spurred the $20 price drop — hey, Microsoft is feeling rather generous today — but if you were looking for 8GBs of the social, now seems like as good a time as any

[via Engadget]