Don’t ever try to smuggle an Apple product into the house of Melinda Gates, cause she’s just not having it.
Now, Melinda, what if one of your children says, “Mom, I have to have an iPod?” The reply:
“I have gotten that argument — ‘You may have a Zune.'”
What she means is a Zune HD, which is Microsoft’s version of an iPod Touch. Let’s learn about it, after a quick photo shoot that happened when Seattle turned aqua blue, for some reason.
MG in the lab, for some reason:
And we’re back.
Now, I myself have a Zune HD – they were going for $140-something just a few days ago but just this moment they’re a big higher at the Amazon. The primary reason I got it was to avoid any iTunes conflicts with my iPod Classic, one that’s been happily chugging along since ought-four. Anyway, compared with an iPod Touch, the Zune HD is cheaper, smaller, faster, smarter what with its OLED screen and NVIDIA chip and whatnot. And it’ll easily fit into the secret pocket of the right front pocket of your blue jeans, so that’s a bonus. I’m at a loss as to why it doesn’t have rocker buttons on the side for volume, but oh well.
Your takeaway is that Apple lowered prices of the iPod Touch line solely due to the arrival of the Zune HD, so you benefit from this piece of machinery regardless.
And, I’ll thank you sincerely – I won’t feel like I’m being deprived or nothing.
Zune HD rULeZ!