- Brand Name: Microsoft
- Model Number: VCA-00003
- Digital Storage Capacity: 80 GB
- Color: Black/Black
- Supported Audio Format: AAC// MP3// WMA// WMA Lossless
Zune 80 GB Video MP3 Player, Joy Division Limited Edition (Black)
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- Limited-edition Zune featuring designs by Peter Saville, pre-loaded with the documentary film Joy Division
- Listen to your favorite FM radio stations and click to tag the songs you like for later purchase when you sync your device with your PC
- Download millions of tracks, whole albums, or playlists with the Zune Pass subscription service
- Connect to your home wireless network and remotely sync your Zune device with your PC collection from your dock, AC adapter
- 80 GB capacity for up to 20,000 songs, 25,000 pictures, or 250 hours of video
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Top Customer Reviews
The Zune is awesome, I'm completely satisfied. The FM radio works great, it holds audiobooks and marks your place in them, it has an effective way of managing and sorting your music by genre, playlist, artist, album, song, and the touch wheel is very useful in navigating your huge collection. I like it because it is a button that you press and get tactile feedback from, unlike the touchscreen on the ipod touch. The screen looks very nice and is big. Widescreen tv shows come up smaller and with black bars on the top and bottom, but oh well.
Zune software: I'm also very happy with it. easy to go through, pick out video podcasts to watch later, keeps track of what you play and offers recommendations. The best part: $15/mo gives you 10 song credits to download MP3s and keep them, DRM free, PLUS gives you unlimited downloads of all the music on the Zune marketplace. This is by far the best subscription service out there.
Chief complaints: no equalizer, so you have to find a good set of headphones. it came with the high quality zune ear buds, which have absolutely no bass and fit nice but you can hear the cord bouncing around. also, the battery life while watching videos isn't as long as advertised.
I'd recommend it over any ipod (my wife has one that i compared it to). I'd buy it again.
The pre-loaded documentary is top notch and I remain highly entertained by it no matter how many times I watch it. I was lucky with my timing in that I caught it at a very reasonable price but even at this price point, Joy Division fans can do much worse in the way of memorabilia.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This Zune works flawlessly and on top of it a limited edition 80gb for under $200 when I bought it!
Has a documentary of Joy Division on it as well. Read more
Good media player. The screen doesn't scratch, reasonably sized, the squircle touch pad thing is nice. Read morePublished on May 6, 2009 by Uhhyeah