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Microsoft’s Zune Product Specification Revealed

Microsoft’s Zune Product Specification Revealed

The Zune digital media player, shown in white and brown.

Today Microsoft announced specific product details for their soon to be release product Zune which is set to compete directly with the Apple iPod.

What makes Microsoft’s Zune so cool? It is not only a music and video device; it will also have built-in wireless technology so that people can keep in contact with others.

“The digital music entertainment revolution is just beginning,” said J Allard, vice president, design and development, at Microsoft, who is overseeing the development of Zune products. “With Zune, we are not simply delivering a portable device, we are introducing a new platform that helps bring artists closer to their audiences and helps people find new music and develop new social connections.”

Direct TV and the HD DVR

Direct TV and the HD DVR

With the inclusion of free or price-reduced TiVo-powered DVRs (digital video recorders), the benefits of DIRECTV have become so much greater. Particularly compelling is the high definition DVR combo that new DIRECTV subscribers can currently receive at a fair price. Of course the question to be asked is: If I can receive a free DVR with my DIRECTV subscription, why dish out the extra cash for the upgrade? There are quite a few reasons. How compelling they are will depend on you and your family's television viewing habits, but in short, if you own more than one TV in a household of more than one DIRECTV viewer, this piece of equipment offers several features whose advantages you will seriously want to consider.

Interior Design of your Home Theater - Home Theatre Seating

Interior Design of your Home Theater - Home Theatre Seating

Are you surprised to see that this subject has a topic of its own? That is because after someone spends the big bucks to get a very nice home theatre system, the aspect of home theatre seating is usually last on their minds. But it should not be. Proper seating is critical to the ultimate enjoyment of your home theatre investment.

Make sure you don't make this same mistake. Yes, you need to plan for the type of screen you want from the myriad of choices, where to place it, what kind of surround sound system to get for it, where to put the speakers, what options to get with the receiver and amplifer ... but plan for the home theatre seating too. Unless you have a gym-sized room and plan to watch your big screen TV with the entire football team and cheerleading squad, you probably don't want (or can afford) a few dozen Barco loungers in your viewing area. At the same time, you don't want to use plastic folding chairs, since your viewing audience will likely not make it through the opening credits of the movie before they start to get uncomfortable.

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