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Microsoft killed the Zune, but Zune-heads are still here – The Verge

Microsoft may have killed off its flagship MP3 player nearly a decade ago, but these fans are keeping their enthusiasm alive. Organized into subreddits, these collectors…

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It was weird to own a Zune in 2005. It is even weirder to own a Zune in 2021 let alone 16 of them. And yet, 27-year-old Conner Woods proudly shows off his lineup on a kitchen table. They come in all different colors, shapes, and sizes, and each can be identified by that telltale black plastic D-pad just below the screen. He owns the entire scope of the brief Zune lineup from the svelte Zune 4 to the chunky Zune HD and among the microscopic community of people who still adore Microsofts much-derided…

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