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Engadget: Zune HD video hands-on quickie

Engadget:

"Sure, we've been chummy with the Zune HD in the past, but we just took it for a quick spin on video so you can check out those smooth transitions for yourself. Unfortunately, the unit we were playing with had zero content loaded on it, but you can check out the slick unlock mechanism, swooping screen-change animations and a bit of pre-loaded Zune video on the gorgeous OLED screen. Plus we tossed together a few pics and a shot of the Tegra chip that's doing all the work into a gallery below. Video is after the break."

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JOLLY13379d ago (Edited 3379d ago )

Something I just noticed, it has (what looks to be) an rfid chip on it. That will work great with the surface cumputers.

IdleLeeSiuLung3379d ago

I agree, very sexy!

Only issue is price. My guess it will be pricey....

Dimitrius3378d ago

Yes, I', guessing $299.99 for de 16Gb to be able to compete with the iPod touch.

ASSASSYN 36o3378d ago

That OLED took my breath away!

Kakkoii3378d ago (Edited 3378d ago )

I don't understand people saying that the OLED screen they are watching in an online video took their breath away.. Because your watching the video on your own monitor, thus the video only looks as good as your own screen can display it, not how good an OLED screen can.

Unless of course you have a CRT monitor, which have better color range, depth and contrast ratio than an LCD/Plasma, although much bulkier lol.

OLED screens are nice though, but you have to see it in person to appreciate it.