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  1. 1. Zune Goes wirelessBy: Emily Coyle<br />11/2/2009<br />Emily Coyle Wireless Zune<br />
  2. 2. Purpose and Objectives<br /><ul><li>The ability to have your’ Zune be wireless
  3. 3. Makes adding music , videos, pictures, ect, easier when it is able to connect wirelessly to the internet.
  4. 4. .Be able to compete with the Itouch
  5. 5. Increase sales, and people who like Microsoft can have a product similar to the Itouch.
  6. 6. .Affordability
  7. 7. Can be roughly $100 cheaper than the Itouch, and be basically the same thing.
  8. 8. .</li></ul>11/2/2009<br />Emily Coyle Wireless Zune<br />
  9. 9. Introduction<br /><ul><li>A Zune is basically a more advanced MP3 player. It is more similar to Apple’s IPod.
  10. 10. Instead of being owned by Apple, Zune is affiliated with Microsoft software.
  11. 11. There is a Zune Marketplace, which is similar to the ITunes which is owned by Apple.
  12. 12. A wireless Zune would be more similar to the Itouch. It would be able to connect to the internet with Wi-Fi, download songs, movies, and any other media directly to the Zune, and it would be able to have many other applications available for entertainment, and/or other purposes.</li></ul>11/2/2009<br />Emily Coyle Wireless Zune<br />
  13. 13. Special Features<br /><ul><li>Wi-Fi programmed into the device for internet connection.
  14. 14. Size would come in 20 gig, and 30 gig, holding a max of 8,000 songs and roughly 10 hours of video.
  15. 15. .Built in GPS Navigator
  16. 16. Be able to send mail from the Zune
  17. 17. .Zune to Zune
  18. 18. Be able to sync with a Zune in the close area to play games against one another, share music, and photos.</li></ul>Has a built in radio reciever.<br />11/2/2009<br />Emily Coyle Wireless Zune<br />
  19. 19. Comparison with like technologies<br />11/2/2009<br />Emily Coyle Wireless Zune<br />
  20. 20. Development Environment<br /><ul><li>Would have to have Microsoft software, and download the Zune Marketplace when programming Zune on the computer.
  21. 21. .Simply have to program email assignments, and other applications as you see fit.
  22. 22. . Set up the Wi-Fi connection to make browsing the internet that much easier.</li></ul>11/2/2009<br />Emily Coyle Wireless Zune<br />
  23. 23. Execution Environment<br /><ul><li>.Would have an OLED screen, which the original Zune’s have. This allows for less energy being used and it does not need a backlight.
  24. 24. .It is using a NVIDIA Tegra processor which allows for different processors to focus around the HD video processor, an audio processor, and a graphics processor. This allows for optimal power usage.
  25. 25. Allows to listen to the radio with it’s active PODcast , and Wi-Fi signal allows for web browsing</li></ul>11/2/2009<br />Emily Coyle Wireless Zune<br />
  26. 26. Sample video!<br />The Wireless Zune in Action!<br />11/2/2009<br />Emily Coyle Wireless Zune<br />
  27. 27. Snapshots of the Wireless Zune!<br />Select!<br />Menu!<br /><ul><li> ENJOY!</li></ul>11/2/2009<br />Emily Coyle Wireless Zune<br />
  28. 28. Affordability<br />The normal 120GB Zune costs about $230 according to Microsoft. <br />The 16GB Wireless Zune would cost roughly $225 according to Microsoft.<br />The 32GB Wireless Zune would cost about $290.<br />11/2/2009<br />Emily Coyle Wireless Zune<br />
  29. 29. Conclusion<br /><ul><li>.It is a cheap and affordable equal to the Itouch, yet is there for Microsoft users.
  30. 30. .It’s sleek design and still large screen allows for optimal usage when it comes to watching videos.
  31. 31. .It’s wireless capabilities allows you to download music right from the Zune without the hassle of using a computer.
  32. 32. .IT’S A ZUNE, what’s not to like?</li></ul>11/2/2009<br />Emily Coyle Wireless Zune<br />
  33. 33. References<br />http://www.zune.com<br />http://www.apple.com<br />http://www.apple.com/ipodtouch/features/more-features.html<br />http://www.nvidia.com/object/io_1250488651953.html<br />http://www.google.com<br />http://store.microsoft.com/microsoft/Music-Zune-Devices/category/501<br />11/2/2009<br />Emily Coyle Wireless Zune<br />