Zune 30

The Zune 30 is the first portable media player designed by Microsoft and manufactured by Toshiba. Originally simply named the Zune It was renamed Zune 30 after subsequent versions with different hard drive capacities were released.The consumer edition was initially offered in black, brown, and pearl white, which came with a "doubleshot," or translucent glow, in a different color, of blue, green, and clear, respectively.

The full specification of the Zune 30 follows:

OS Windows CE
Size Dimensions 11.18 × 6.10 × 1.47 cm
Weight 158.8 g
Display Type LCD
Size 3.0 inches
Resolution 320 x 240 pixels
Features 65K colors
Memory Internal 30 GB HDD
Connectivity WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
USB 1.1, 2.0
Hardware CPU Freescale MX31L ARM
RAM 512 MB
Radio 76-108 MHz FM
Audio 3.5 mm connector
Video TV Out (NTSC, PAL, ACP)
Colors black, brown, white
Software Manufacturer -
Others Zune Marketplace games
Battery Li-Ion 800 mAh
Stand-by -
Playback 14 h (music)
4 h (video)

Cases are made from a silicone rubber. Controls include a circular controller with four buttons for direction, as well as a middle button to select a song album or menu, a back button to the left, a play/pause button to the right, and a hold switch atop the player next to the headphone port. The words "Hello from Seattle" are inscribed on the back of the case and it features several songs, videos, and images preloaded on the device.

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