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The FFC website (detail page no longer exists) has a bunch of photos of the Zune HD Components. While it serves no real purpose to look at that stuff, we admit that we have a curiosity for this type of things. The photos show the 730mAh battery, which seems small, as many phones have a 14xxmAh BUT it’s not a phone, there’s no radio – which is a big power hog. The NVIDIA Tegra chip can be seen and the memory is on the other side of the board. Last week, we’ve been told by Microsoft that the Zune HD runs on a flavor of Windows CE, which means that developers won’t have to learn from scratch. They also said that it comes with some “special Microsoft mojo”. Would that be a better version of DirectX or OpenGL!
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