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News: Zune Capture 9% of PMP Market During Its First Week

Category: Overclocking, OCC News
Posted: December 1, 2006 08:12AM
Author: Scott Young

DailyTech - Microsoft's Zune portable audio player may not exactly be setting the sales charts ablaze, but it did make a respectable showing during its first few weeks on the market. According to market research firm NPD Group, the Zune managed to capture second place in the digital audio player market in its first four days of availability. For its first week, the Zune managed to grab 9% of the market according to NPD. "Considering it is a new brand, it's a very good first-week showing," said Ross Rubin of NPD Group. Rubin went on to say "For a new brand that received limited to mixed reviews, and which is incompatible with the leading music store (Apple's iTunes,) as well as other music stores, it was a good launch." It's a strong showing indeed by Microsoft, but only time will tell if the Zune has the stamina to make in further inroads on Apple's dominate iPod range. Apple's line of portable audio players which consist of the iPod, iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle captured a whopping 63% for the same week period according to NPD.

Review: AnyDrive 3 Multifunction MP3 Player FM Wireless Transmitter

Category: Overclocking
Posted: December 1, 2006 07:54AM
Author: Scott Young

Tweaknews.net - Overall, the AnyDrive is a mixed bag. By itself, it's a decent enough player, but very limited. Lack of file support, quirky backlighting, and all but useless instructions knock the Anydrive down a few notches.

Article: Far Out Future for Mobile Media

Category: Overclocking
Posted: October 23, 2006 07:20AM
Author: Silverfox

BBC News - "When Apple unveiled the iPod on 23 October 2001 not even Mac fans thought it would prove popular. Early reaction posted by Apple users to the MacRumours forums greeted the gadget with contempt.Five years on and it is fair to say that the iPod has proved the nay sayers wrong. In that time it has brought about big changes to the way we consume music. In the UK, 80% of the singles bought are downloads. But it is interesting to ask what the next five years holds for the iPod and every other portable music player - are equally big changes on the horizon? "

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