Monday, April 19, 2010

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Zune starts with a digital media player and adds a twist. You can wirelessly share selected full-length sample tracks, playlists, pictures or your homegrown tracks directly from Zune to Zune. You can listen to the full-length songs that you receive up to three times in three days, flag the ones you like and easily buy them the next time you sync up. You can discover new music in the Zune Marketplace, and show off your favorite pictures and videos on the big, bright screen. Zune has all that and a built in FM tuner, too. Let your inner DJ run wild.



Technical Details

- 30GB digital media player stores up to 7,500 songs, 25,000 pictures or 100 hours of video

- Features wireless networking so you can share tracks and other media

- 3-inch color screen features a landscape mode for video viewing

- Compatible with Zune Marketplace for media downloads and subscriptions

- Automatically imports your existing music, pictures and videos from iTunes and Windows Media Player in a variety of formats

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Customer Buzz


 "zune" 2010-04-14

By Donna L. Theriault (tucson, az)

i love the zune. i was alittle disappointed in the appearance of it. it really does look like it has been refurbished. the battery seems to run down quite quickly. i was under the impression i would also get earbuds, but....the sound and video quality is excellent

Customer Buzz


 "Upgrading hurts the 30G" 2010-04-10

By Siobhan Grey

I bought my 30G Zune a couple of years ago and I have to say that I love it. I have adult children who have other MP3 players--ipods included--and I can honestly say my Zune continues to out-class them all!

HOWEVER (and the reason for the poor rating) like many electronic devices, there are software upgrades. Microsoft doesn't seem to be concerned that the upgrades really mess with this first generation product!!! Error messages, frozen devices, songs that no longer play, etc. It is a shame, since overall the product is absolutely wonderful!

Just google "frozen zune", "error messages", "zune cuts off for no reason" and you will see there are lots of problems going on. And you will also see that Microsoft is notably "silent" about the cause of the problem, and amazingly "incompetent" when it comes to fixing it--offering silly suggestions (band-aids) such as reformatting (which by the way may buy you some time by temporarily "fixing" the problem).

Here's what is so ironic about the entire situation--MS made an absolutely amazing product! It would easily last for years! But...

(wait for it, wait for it)

How would they make their money if people kept the old product for years and years? Hmmm...starting to see the big picture, aren't you?

I'd really like to see MS just step up to the plate and offer us "oldies" a real solution (like an upgrade that worked for us) instead of silently twisting our arms to force us to buy a new device. I teach dance classes and it has been difficult with such an unreliable device. I can't afford a new Zune at the moment.

I know what I'm going to say next will sound like a contradiction, but it is it is giving the company their due for creating a good product. So, for those of you looking for an amazing player--I will still have to say go with a Zune--just go for the latest generation you will be awed at the quality of the player! None of the iTunes issues!

Customer Buzz


 "Very Nice for the Price" 2010-04-06

By E. W. Thomas (USA)

I got this player from ebay. I like the storage. It isn't too much to be overwhelming, but enough that when a favorite artist made a new song you'll have room. I like that I can put a picture of my own choosing for the wallpaper.

I don't lik that it doesn't continue from where you left off. I wish that there was an ebook reader and build-in speakers .

I think that it's a nice player for what I paid for it. It is my main mp3 player now. Would I get another Zune? I don't know, probably if it had an ebook reader.

Customer Buzz


 "Zune" 2010-03-30

By Patrick Clements Jr. (RENTON, WA, US)

Well, it is a refurbished Zune, I can tell that because it tweaks out a little bit..stops in the middle of a song sometimes..but its about half what I paid for my last Zune..other than that I love Zunes, I already had the software downloaded on my computer so it didn't take long to put my 3700 songs on there.

Customer Buzz


 "Extremely buggy mp3 player" 2010-03-25

By Perrin Walker

The Zune is a nightmare! I got it for Christmas in 2008, and was initially impressed. It is easy to use, can store a lot of data, and the battery life is long. What could be wrong? Well, I had my first encounter with trouble on December 31, 2008. Apparently, because Microsoft screwed up, every single Zune in the world crashed that day because of a leap-year bug. Microsoft instructed Zune users to let the battery die and wait until midnight GMT on New Years Day. On the surface, that sounds fine, but every time a battery in a device drains, it loses a little bit of potential charge.

It then worked for several months, and I was once again a happy customer. Three months later, I had another encounter with disaster. The factory-shipped Zune sync cable got stuck to the Zune and could not come out. I knew that this could not work, so I managed to get it out, but it came out out-of-alignment. So, I could not sync it or plug it into my pc. So, once the battery died, my Zune was finished. Thankfully, after spending 2 hours on the phone with a Bangladeshi phone support employee, I could send my Zune in for shipping. I got a replacement Zune, and was happy for about 6 more months.

Then, I had a weird bug with my Zune and had to reinstall the firmware. This actually happened several times throughout the Zune's life. After that, I was a happy customer again until last week. My Zune finished charging with the pc, and then would not start. When plugged into the PC, it would, but kept continuously resetting for eternity. I called Microsoft and they said that it was out of warranty and they could not replace it, unless I paid them the full price of a new device to do so. So, being the hacker I am, I opened the Zune to repair it, but could not succeed. It isn't worth the trouble, anyway.

In short, do not buy a Zune because it has a lifespan of about 1 year. It runs proprietary software, and most of your videos will not play on it. If you plug your Zune into a PC without Windows installed, your Zune Player will crash. If your Zune comes into contact with static electricity, it will shut off, which means I cannot even do my laundry without it resetting. It will normally reset without any apparent trigger a few times every month. I have had two Zunes, and both have been buggy.

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