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  1. Tom
    Tom November 15, 2008 at 4:05 am |

    This article is factual. My daughter is hinting at me to buy her a Zune for Christmas. Being a tech-savy dad that I am (growing up with Atari VCS and never quiting!) I did my research. Microsoft is more money driven than Apple! The videos I have downloaded on my 360 will not transfer onto her Zune! Why would I buy it then? Sony, of which I own a PS3 as well, is far more consumer friendly, allowing older (original) geeks such as myself to alter it without voiding its warranty. In fact they support it! Is there a Sony equivalent to the Zune? Why is Microsoft so proprietary? In this present economy, you would think MS would alter their business strategy and (finally) cater to a consumer market that is looking for a break (financially). This isn’t the cadillac market anymore, this is the watered-down ketcup market. Microsoft needs to read the newspapers.

  2. Falcon Punch
    Falcon Punch November 15, 2008 at 8:25 pm |

    I still prefer low-GB storage devices like a $8 flash drive (they’re cheap, around $20 now!) rather than big & bulky 80 GB MP3’s…

    having one of those on you just screams STEAL ME!!! :


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