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Zunelicious is a blog that covers Microsoft's new Zune MP3 player, and all the news that goes along with it.

Friday, September 29, 2006

I would like to thank our buddies over at Amazon...Score.

Zune Premium Headphones - $39.99

Zune Travel Pack -

Zune Home A/V Pack - $99.99

Zune FM Tuner with Autoseek - $69.99

Zune Gear Bag - $29.99
Zune Sync Cable - $19.99

Zune Wireless Remote - $29.99

Zune A/V Output Cable - $19.99

Zune Car Charger - $24.99

Zune Car Pack - $79.99

Zune Dock - $39.99

Zune Dual Connect Remote - $29.99

Zune AC Adaptor - $29.99

posted by zunelicious, 8:35 PM | link | 0 comments |

I just found an awesome video of two guys, who managed to get their hands on a few pre-production Zunes, and they really digg into the Zune UI (User Interface) and its sharing features...trust me, if your interested in how the Zune will look and feel you will want to check out this video. (thanks to Curlyq frome the Zunescene forums for finding the video!)


From the looks of the video, the Zune has a very sleek and intuative user interface that most "iPod Killers" just don't have. Also, I couldn't help but thinking that it felt much more updated and modern than the rather simplistic iPod UI which honestly hasn't taken any drastic changes since its inception.

Well done Microsoft...I think it's about time you gave your UI guys a huge raise. First the 360's UI hits one out of the park, and from the looks so will the Zune's.



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posted by zunelicious, 5:14 PM | link | 1 comments |

Well...here's a response to the Subscription pricing from David Caulton over at www.Zunester.com

"Well, that's just under $15/month, which is not coincidently about the same as Napster, Rhapsody, etc... for portable subscriptions.

To be clear, Zune is mighty fine without subscription, so you can still buy songs ala carte like itunes or just bring your existing music collection into Zune. "

posted by zunelicious, 3:33 AM | link | 0 comments |

I would like to clarify some things about the last post. I would love to see the Zune kicking ass and giving the iPod a run for its money. However I think that the subscription service which could have aided in drawing many iPod users, has been drastically overpriced.

Thus I am not wishing the Zune an early demise, instead, I'm trying to raise my opinion in the hopes that it gets heard by someone in charge and perhaps something can be fixed to make the Zune even better.

posted by zunelicious, 3:20 AM | link | 0 comments |