Looks like the new Zunes put an emphasis on album artwork, just like their iPod competition. The Zune Marketplace looks like it's ready for an overhaul, too. Read full review
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We sure wish Microsoft would give this little guy a name to differentiate it from its kin. The lil' Zune comes in 4GB ($149) and 8GB ($199) capacities, in either red, black, green, or pink. Anybody else think the control pad looks like Mickey Mouse? Read full review
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Place your bets. Which one looks like an iPod killer? The new Zunes come in a black 80GB capacity (left), as well as 4GB and 8GB versions available in four colors. Read full review
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On the right you can see last year's Zune. Cosmetically, the new Zune players are smaller and use a new, rubberized control pad. Read full review
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Looks like Zune's software also gets an overhaul. The new interface looks less cluttered and more attractive. Read full review
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Both the flash and hard-drive Zune feature glass-shielded screens that resist scratches. As on Apple's iPhone, glass screens are a classy touch, although they get smudged quickly. Read full review
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