It does create an interesting lineup. However, if Microsoft had intended to be competitive, it should have updated the Zune before the iPod line was refreshed. Seeing as how it's a late-entry, and seeing as how its design leaves a lot to be desired, I'm surprised that Microsoft hasn't been on top of it. Maybe by the time Christmas rolls around, Microsoft will annouce that they're pulling out of the MP3 business.Microsoft lowered the price on its 30 GB Zune yesterday to $199.
So now, strangely, it sits in a space Apple doesn't serve since the iPod classic is $50 more (for 50 GB more storage) and the similarly priced iPod nano maxes out at 8 GB.
And brown is the new hot color!MS will introduce an 80GB model in time for Christmas, along with 4GB and 8GB models, so my good source the internet tells me.
Beat me to it!I saw something floating in the toilet bowl today, kinda looked like a Zune