The Microsoft Zune MP3 player has expanded the usefulness of its Wi-Fi and social music-discovery features, added support for games and audiobooks, and maintained enviable features, such as a glass-covered LCD, friendly interface, exceptional navigatio...
Battery life isnt great; the glossy plastic front is more prone to scratches and smudges; and using many of the new features without a Zune Pass music subscription can be disappointing.
By AskMen on June 26, 2009
Let’s just admit it: For a long time it was embarrassing to be a Microsoft Zune owner. While all of your buddies where showing off their flashy iPod touches and iPhones that they could control at the swipe of a finger, you were covertly lugging...84
By cnet on September 17, 2008
The smaller, flash-based Zune, with a unique focus on music discovery, is a fierce competitor to the iPod Nano. See all products in the Microsoft Zune third generation flash...77
By The Lobe and Mail on June 25, 2008
Microsofts Zune player, released in the United States last year but only a couple of weeks ago in Canada (where it arrives in a newer version), is tied to the Zune Marketplace, software to buy and download music. You can also use another system of...-