Zune Sells Out?

Microsoft Zune, the erstwhile competitor to Apple's iPod that never got off the ground in version 1, seems like it might be having more success this time around. The 80GB Zune media player that launched last week is apparently sold out across the Web.

Amazon and Best Buy show no availability online. And while CompUSA shows some store availability, it wasn't in any of my local zip code searches. These retailers appear to have the 4GB and 8GB versions of these second-generation Zune media players in stock, but if you had your heart set on the 80GB device for Christmas, you may already be out of luck.

Have you looked at the new Zune yet? What's your take? Give me your feedback at [email protected].

Posted by Peter Varhol on 11/20/2007 at 1:23 PM


Featured

  • Malwarebytes Affirms Other APT Attack Methods Used Besides 'Solorigate'

    Security solutions company Malwarebytes affirmed on Monday that alternative methods besides tainted SolarWinds Orion software were used in the recent "Solorigate" advanced persistent threat (APT) attacks.

  • How To Fix the Hyper-V Read Only Disk Problem

    DOS might seem like a relic now, but sometimes it's the only way to fix a problem that Windows seems ill-equipped to deal with -- like this one.

  • Microsoft Warns IT Pros on Windows Netlogon Fix Coming Next Month

    Microsoft on Thursday issued a reminder to organizations to ensure that their systems are properly patched for a "Critical"-rated Windows Netlogon vulnerability before next month's "update Tuesday" patch distribution arrives.

  • Microsoft Nudging Skype for Business Users to Teams

    Microsoft on Thursday announced some perks and prods for Skype for Business unified communications users, with the aim of moving them to the Microsoft Teams collaboration service instead.

comments powered by Disqus