This video from Engadget shows that the Zune HD is much smaller than the marketing material would let one think. At first sight, one would believe that the Zune HD has the size of a Samsung OMNIA HD or even a Toshiba TG01. In fact it is smaller and (a lot) thinner than the iPhone. This is the slimmest device that contains an Nvidia Tegra chip. It is in fact quite shocking that they can build that stuff. We still wonder what the battery life is, but we trust that Microsoft made it to be “reasonable”. Take a look at the video, just to see the OLED display.
Correction: Apologies. While the article mentioned the iPhone, the title had “iPod Touch” in it. I was thinking PMP while typing. Please forgive this mistake.
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