3.3-inch, 480 x 272 OLED capacitive touch screen display, built-in HD Radio receiver, HD output. More info to come on E3 Expo this June 2-4, 2009.
Some Key Points
- Microsoft plans to continue selling its hard drive-based model, which will have a software QWERTY keyboard (how to type?), but said it plans to eventually discontinue its other flash models in favor of the Zune HD.
- Stephenson said. "You will continue to see the hard drive product in the market. (The Zune HD) will take over from existing flash devices."
- ZuneHD will have the ability to output high-definition, 720p video content when connected to an HDMI-docking accessory.
- The New Zune sports a customized version of Internet Explorer.
- The Zune's video service will completely replace the current service offered on the Xbox Live Marketplace.