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DEFINITION: The Zune is a portable digital media player from Microsoft. The first version, released in November of 2006, is about the size of a deck of playing cards and weighs 5.6 ounces. To meet the power demands of the 3-inch LCD color display and, on some models, integrated WiFi (802.11g), the Zune uses a lithium-ion battery. This screen is capable of playing videos and movies that have been uploaded from  … 
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DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYERS DEFINITION (continued): …  a PC to the internal 30 GB hard drive. Video content may be viewed in either a horizontal or vertical orientation. A static, five-way directional pad provides internal navigation. The Zune connects to a computer with a proprietary external USB cord, allowing users to create playlists, synchronize files and purchase music from Microsoft's Zune Marketplace. The WiFi connection, however, cannot be used to synchronize with a PC, purchase content or access the Intenet. Users can stream purchased music from a Zune to Microsoft's Xbox 360.The Zune player supports various file formats, including .WMA, … 
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