R.I.P. Zune →

Microsoft introduced Zune back in 2006, when the most exciting thing happening in the technology and electronics industry was Apple’s iPod and iTunes.

“Zune is a big investment for us,” Bill Gates, Microsoft’s chairman, said at the time, adding, “It’s a vision that will carry us forward for years.”

Specifically, five.

  1. benbramley reblogged this from parislemon
  2. sunfell reblogged this from parislemon and added:
    Sad, really. It worked great, sounded good, and didn’t have that fiddly iTunes.
  3. somewhereintheverse reblogged this from parislemon and added:
    That was the worst idea. I mean really, have you ever heard anyone ever say, “oh yeah I’ve got that music on my Zune.”...
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  9. parislemon reblogged this from chipotle and added:
    God, remember the shit-brown version? Microsoft clearly wasn’t a dollar-short here, but they were a day-late. And that...
  10. makogimmesomemori reblogged this from the-wolfbats and added:
    Pouring out a sip for Zune. My original brown 80GB still works just fine.
  11. dantesinporn0 reblogged this from youdrankmygingerale and added:
    Long live my Zune HD!
  12. youdrankmygingerale reblogged this from the-wolfbats and added:
    They probably should’ve designed it better. Christ, it was ugly.
  13. the-wolfbats reblogged this from chipotle and added:
    I thought it died about two years ago.
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