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Zune: three colors, $299, zero over-the-air downloads

Zune: three colors, $299, zero over-the-air downloads

According to consumer electronics site Twice, Microsoft's first Zune portable media player will arrive in stores this fall, cost $299, come in three colors, and have totally lame Wi-Fi integration. OK, that's not a direct quote--more of an editorial opinion. Twice said it talked to retailers who said the first device in the Zune lineup will offer Wi-Fi capability, but won't let you perform the obvious task with that Wi-Fi--that is, download songs over the air from an online store. You can, per the retailers, maybe do...some other things. The player will have 30GB (not 60GB) of storage. Reached for comment, the iPod said, "I'm feeling distinctly not killed!"