So now that you know what to expect when the Zune HD shows up in September, what are your thoughts on the touch-screen media player?
Leslie KatzFormer Culture Editor
Leslie Katz led a team that explored the intersection of tech and culture, plus all manner of awe-inspiring science, from space to AI and archaeology. When she's not smithing words, she's probably playing online word games, tending to her garden or referring to herself in the third person.
Third place film critic, 2021 LA Press Club National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards
This week, Microsoft let more Zune HD details out of the bag. The black 16GB version of the upcoming touch-screen media player will sell for $219.99, while a 32GB version in a "platinum" shade will cost $289.99.
Among the device's features are its OLED (organic light-emitting diode) display and multitouch Web browser. It will be able to send video in 720p to an HDTV (using a dock, sold separately).
So now that you know what to expect when the Zune HD shows up in September, what are your thoughts? Vote in our poll.