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Is the Halo 3 Zune worth getting???

by treemen / July 27, 2007 2:05 AM PDT

I was just wondering, seeing I love Halo. I already own an IPOD video, and planned on getting the new one when it is rumoured to come out in August. Then I saw the Halo 3 Zune. I am thinking of getting it, one of the main reasons being all the free content on there and everything. Plus, are you allowed to transfer the music files from itunes to a Zune. Thanks.


ps: Also thinking of getting that new PSP when it comes out, seeing I don't have one. Would it be better if I didn't buy the Zune to go with the PSP over the new IPOD when it's relased. Thanks

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by bevillan / July 27, 2007 4:24 AM PDT

Well if I were you I'd avoid the Halo 3 Zune. I'm sure it works just like a regular Zune but the Zune is basically designed with the iPod in mind, minus the clickwheel. Also, going from your thin iPod to the clunky Zune might be tough, especially if you like to carry it in your pocket.

As for the PSP, well I am not a huge fan of it either. Bad disc format, expensive, and poor battery life (the new slim version might improve that though). I think the DS is a better handheld and is alot cheaper.

I'd stick with the iPod.

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Zune and PSP
by johnbuker / July 27, 2007 4:44 AM PDT
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I don't own a Zune and would avoid it just based on it's overly restrictive DRM.

I love the PSP both as a gaming device and for multimedia. Battery life has never been a problem for me. For gaming I bought an extra battery. For multimedia- the battery life is plenty long if you are playing media off the memory card. Battery life is supposed to be even better on the new models.

(And as far as the DS goes, I own one and it does a good job of collecting dust.)

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Zune and PSP
by Jivedaddy / July 27, 2007 6:02 AM PDT

I have both a Zune and PSP and love both of them. If the Zune is for listening to music, radio (digital), and watching videos, you'll love it. I rip all my music from CD's, so DRM doesn't bother me. If you plan on using the Zune Store a lot then you may consider the iPod, it's storefront is MUCH better. But I don't use either, I just buy the CD.

You can also download podcasts to it, just not as easy as subscribing via iTunes.

I really love the bigger screen of the Zune, and the FM digital radio rocks.

The PSP is awesome too, let me know if you have any other questions...

back to work now....

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