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Monday, January 15, 2007

Learn the Essentials with The Zune Pocket Guide

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Accessories" @ 07:05 PM

http://safari.oreilly.com/9780321489807

"Here is your essential companion to the Zune player and software. The Zune Pocket Guide steers you through how to: import songs into the Zune software, assemble playlists, and burn CDs; browse Zune Marketplace to explore musical recommendations and discover and purchase songs; import and view photos and videos on the Zune player; accessorize your Zune; make your Zune even more useful with handy tips and tricks; use Zune-to-Zune wireless connections to find other Zune folks to share your songs and pictures with."



If you're new to the Zune and want to use it to its full potential, then The Zune Pocket Guide by Bart G. Farkas may be of interest. You can check out the limited online version at O'Reilly, or pick up the printed copy for $9.99 at Amazon.


Tuesday, November 14, 2006

ClicZune: iPod vs. Zune

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Talk" @ 07:30 PM

http://www.cliczune.com/2006/11/ipod_vs_zune_10.html

"When it comes the time to choose between the two competing DAPs (Digital Audio Player), many questions can be raised. There is probably no bad decision, but making the right one for you all depends on what “you” want from an mp3 player and why you are buying one. We made a short list of tips to help you choose between the iPod vs. Zune. You could eventually apply those to other DAPs currently on the market. This is certainly not an exhaustive list but it can certainly help you. Have fun!"

ClicZune has published a helpful iPod vs. Zune purchasing guide for DAP newbies. If you're quite the opposite and know each device inside out, from top to bottom, then this guide probably isn't for you. Some of the questions, such as #5, for example, have been given the "basic solution" treatment. Bought a whole lot of iTunes Store tracks? No problem - it's not the end of the world. You can easily combat it by burning the tracks and ripping them into WMA or MP3, or by using a direct conversion tool. And the same holds for PlaysForSure tunes.


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