We'd just about crossed Zune off our radar gaming-wise until Think Secret, the popular Apple insider website that's been the source of numerous lawsuits because of its well-kept sources, revealed more details about Microsoft's audio visual device. You can read through Think Secret's likely on-target (considering their track record) anonymous information comparing Zune to the iPod, but the most interesting nugget comes from details on Zune's internal 400 Mhz DPS processor. Microsoft's bundling far more power than what's needed for audio and video feedback, so what could be up their sleeves?
With Zune coming out of the Xbox team, games are, of course, the first guess, though we're hard pressed to find a reason for Microsoft to release a device that's meant to enter the same market as PSP and Nintendo DS. Something powerful enough to connect with Live Anywhere and run Xbox Live Arcade, titles, however, seems far more likely.