gfantasy wrote:Cool. I was actually considering waiting for the Zune too. Do you know how much they'll be charging for it?
* 4.4 × 2.4 × 0.58-inch (11.2 × 6.1 × 1.5 cm) footprint
* 5.6 ounces (160 grams)
* 30 GB hard drive
* 3 in. QVGA screen, 320×240 resolution
* Supports 640×480 for high quality video-out.
* Radio Data System enabled FM receiver
* Support for H.264, MP3, WMA, WMV, MPEG4, .JPG and AAC
* 12 hour battery life when playing music, 3.5 hours playing video, with WIFI off 
* $249 MSRP price tag
* Will be able to send media files (images, music, videos) from Zune-to-Zune via WiFi. If the media files have Zune DRM they will only be enabled for usage for either three days or three plays, whichever of those that comes first.
* Ability to flag tracks received from Zune-to-Zune transfer, for download from the Zune Marketplace.
* Able to play movies and videos
* Automatically detects and adjust display to either portrait or landscape, based on whether it is being held horizontally or vertically.
* Updatable firmware
* Ability to create profiles/tags, now called "Zunetags".
* The Zune will feature the ability to synchronize with an Xbox 360
* The wallpaper on the Zune can be changed to any user specified image
* The Zune will have Podcast capabilities
Looks pretty awesome so far.
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