|Memory Storage Capacity||8 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||8 GB|
|Standing screen display size||1.8 Inches|
|Has Audio Recording||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Product Dimensions||0.84 x 4.14 x 9.14 cm; 22.68 Grams|
|Item Weight||22.7 g|
|Item Model Number||HVA-00001|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Yes|
|Date First Available||26 November 2018|
Zune 8 GB Digital Media Player (Black)
|Price:||+ $8.37 Delivery|
- It has 1.8-inch color LCD with 320 x 240 pixel display resolution.
- It has 8 GB capacity for up to 2,000 songs, 25,000 pictures, or 25 hours of video.
- You can download millions of tracks, whole albums, or playlists with the Zune Pass subscription service; extend your subscription online or by purchasing a Zune Pass card.
- You can listen to your favorite FM radio stations and click to tag the songs you like for later purchase when you sync your device with your PC.
- It connects to your home wireless network and remotely sync your Zune device with your PC collection from your dock, AC adapter or speaker dock accessory.
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The slim 8 GB Zune device is good to go with plenty of room for your favorite music, pictures, and video. It comes complete with a built-in FM tuner and buy-from-FM capabilities, wireless sync, Zune-to-Zune wireless sharing, video playback and more, so you get all that Zune power in one tight little package. It holds up to 2,000 songs, 25,000 pictures, or 25 hours of video.
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Having said all that, it was used, in outwardly great condition, and does play. And I get to use all my chargers! So in the end, it was a fair purchase.
Firstly, I loved the fact that there was fm radio capability. Before the radio apps for phones came out, this is something I was very fond of for the fact that I could listen to local radio stations if I wanted a change from the music that was already on my player. You can also save stations, so there is no need to continuously go back and forth manually. Also, you can scan for stations. This rocked when I traveled, so I could get an idea of what stations I could listen to out there. This is an extremely advantageous and awesome feature of the Zune.
Space is great. In the beginning it is never cubersome, but once your music inventory grows that is a different story, but que sera sera.
This player is very small and compact. Visually the apprearacnce sleek and beautiful, which is one of the many reasons I chose to purchase this instead of another. The same goes for the format and organization when you are utilizing the player.
The software is easy to utilize, as well as the wireless syncing if you so choose. My only complaint would be that after a while the battery life would get kind of sketchy, but at the end of the day it's just about making sure you charge it for the necessary amount needed. I can definitely say that I never had a 'charge everyday' scenario, which is something I do not think anyone really wants
This is such a wonderful
In order to use the Zune, a rather large (and awful to use) software program needs to be downloaded to your PC. (My old Sansa did not require any additional software for adding mp3 files.) I should also add that only scanty documentation comes with the Zune, and there is no all-in-one-place manual online either. When I first connected the device to my PC, there was no response. I did not know if the unit was defective or if I was doing anything wrong, and good ole Microsoft provides no support at all to find out - no email, phone, or online chat support. (Sandisk provides telephone and online chat support.)
I did finally get the unit to respond, and it eventually synced with the music and photo folders on my PC. However, I miss the much easier drag and drop syncing (using Windows Explorer) that one can do with the Sansa mp3 players, which makes it much easier to select or omit individual mp3 files. And if you want to delete a bunch of files on the Zune, you have to do this one file at a time. That's why I say this is a tedious mp3 player to use. Moreover, I could not get the wireless sync function to work on my home network.
Another big negative for the Zune is the lack of an equalizer. Because of the ability to tailor the music with EQ on my Sansa (e.g. pump up the bass), I have to say the older Sansa's sound quality is much better than that with the Zune.
So, all-in-all, I was disappointed with the Zune, and will be returning it to purchase a new (and $40 cheaper) Sansa Clip + as my second mp3 player.