WHAT IS ZUNE?PART III Zune devices

The first Zune model, the Zune 30, was released in the United States on November 14, 2006, featuring a capacity of 30 gigabytes, FM radio, and a 3 inch screen. The Zune 30 was initially available in black, brown or white. Retail packages contained a pair of basic headphones, a carrying case, USB cord, and a software CD. The Zune 80 was announced on October 2, 2007, along with the smaller Zune 4 and Zune 8 to compete with Apple's iPod nano line. These were to be known as the second generation...

WHAT IS ZUNE?PART II

Second generation The second-generation Zune 4, 8, and 80 devices, manufactured by Flextronics, introduced the touch-sensitive Zune Pad, which was shaped like a squircle. The 4 and 8 GB Zune devices use flash memory and are smaller in size than the 80 GB version, which uses a hard drive. The 30 GB Zune was not redesigned, although it received a software update that brought its interface in line with the second generation models. At the same time, the Zune 2.0 software was released for Windows...

www.Zune.net/setup

How to Set-Up your Zune MP3 Player? To start using your Zune, first get the latest version of the Zune software for your computer from www.zune.net/setup or here. Then charge your Zune and load it up with your music, videos, pictures, podcasts, and friends. Once done, connect your Zune to your computer. Use a rear USB port if possible for the best charge. You can connect it using the sync cable (supplied with your Zune) or the Zune dock.You might need to wait a few minutes after plugging in...

Zune.net/setup

Your entertainment Everywhere     Zune brings you entertainment anywhere you are, in exciting new ways. System recommendations To get the most out of Zune, your computer should meet system requirements: a 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit) Broadband Internet connection A wi-fi network is necessary for you to wirelessly sync your Zune to your computer. *The...

www.Zune.net/Setup!

 Your Entertainment Everywhere   Zune brings you entertainment anywhere you are, in exciting new ways. System recommendations To get the most out of Zune, your computer should meet system requirements: a 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit) Broadband Internet connection A wi-fi network is necessary for you to wirelessly sync your Zune to your...