Microsoft announced the price of its Zune digital media player, which will launch on Nov. 14 at about the same price as a comparable Apple iPod.
The Zune, which contains 30-Gbytes of hard-disk-based storage, will cost $249.99, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft also announced pricing for its Zune music store, which will cost 79 "points" per track and $14.99 per month for an unlimited subscription. Like Microsoft's Xbox Marketplace, consumers will be able to buy Microsoft Points for an undisclosed price and spend them on content, at a current rate of about 80 cents per 100 points.
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