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Zune 120 GB Video MP3 Player (Black)

$177.52


Zune 120GB: iPods & MP3 Players | eBay

The Zune hasn’t lost the slate-like design that has been rolling with since its inception, but it certainly has changed over the years. Screen size grows to a heady 3.2 inches on this model (much larger than the 2.5-inch screen Apple offers on it comparable ), and only back in the fall, Microsoft ditched the glossy black styling for a matte version that we much prefer, though the company would have been wise to carry it from the back over to the front as well. The Zune 120GB also measures only half an inch thick, and a welcome weight of 128 grams makes it feel solid without becoming a paperweight.

The Zune hasn’t lost the slate-like design that has been rolling with since its inception, but it certainly has changed over the years. Screen size grows to a heady 3.2 inches on this model (much larger than the 2.5-inch screen Apple offers on it comparable ), and only back in the fall, Microsoft ditched the glossy black styling for a matte version that we much prefer, though the company would have been wise to carry it from the back over to the front as well. The Zune 120GB also measures only half an inch thick, and a welcome weight of 128 grams makes it feel solid without becoming a paperweight.

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Microsoft Zune 120GB Review | Digital Trends

Question: What's the difference between last year's Zune 80GB, loaded with Microsoft's new free firmware, and this year's Zune 120GB? Answer: 40 gigabytes. Oh, and a glossy-black finish. Otherwise, the "new" $249.99 Zune is identical to its older siblings. Yes, the software update does include some interesting features: Zune Pass subscribers and users with prepaid points can download songs to their player via Wi-Fi and tag songs on the FM tuner for purchase—but if you have an old Zune, you can get the software for free. Even if the physical design is more or less unchanged, the capacity increase and the new wireless features are enough to keep the hard drive–based Zune our Editors' Choice, over the identically priced 120GB iPod classic.

Question: What's the difference between last year's Zune 80GB, loaded with Microsoft's new free firmware, and this year's Zune 120GB? Answer: 40 gigabytes. Oh, and a glossy-black finish. Otherwise, the "new" $249.99 Zune is identical to its older siblings. Yes, the software update does include some interesting features: Zune Pass subscribers and users with prepaid points can download songs to their player via Wi-Fi and tag songs on the FM tuner for purchase—but if you have an old Zune, you can get the software for free. Even if the physical design is more or less unchanged, the capacity increase and the new wireless features are enough to keep the hard drive–based Zune our Editors' Choice, over the identically priced 120GB iPod classic.