The Bottom Line: The Zune HD delivers one of the best portable music and video experiences money can buy. At a time when many people have shifted their focus to games and applications, providing a killer media experience may not be enough for potential Zune buyers. Read review
Specs: 16 GB, 3.3 in, 33 hour(s), 2.6 oz, Player battery - Rechargeable - Lithium ion, 16 GB, WMAPro, MP3, WMA, AAC
The Bottom Line: The 4GB and 8GB capacity Zunes (Zune 4 and Zune 8) offer a bite-size version of their full-size, 80GB sibling. While the full-size Zune is a better value, the solid-state flash memory used in the 4GB and 8GB versions make them better suited for physically active (or clumsy) users. Read review
Specs: 4 GB, 1.8 in, 24 hour(s), 1.7 oz, Player battery - Rechargeable - Lithium ion, 4 GB, MP3, WMA, AAC
The Bottom Line: The Microsoft Zune, with its intuitive interface and solid playback performance, will please most users. But lukewarm format support and the cool but limited Wi-Fi capability will have advanced users seeking more. The Zune is a very good start, though. Read review
Specs: 30 GB, 3 in, 14 hour(s), 5.6 oz, Player battery - Rechargeable - Lithium ion, MP3, WMA, AAC
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