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Zunerama Ed.
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Hello from Seattle?
« on: August 29, 2006, 05:04:24 PM »

From the Zunerama front page:

We've been digging into the FCC filing for Zune. The filing covers three models of Toshiba's HDD portable audio player, "pre-production".

The three models differ only in color of their cases:

Model 1089 - Black
Model 1090 - White
Model 1091 - Brown

The filing shows the LCD unit (screen) as 3" (presumably diagonal measurement). This differs from the 3.75" that was misreported on some sites earlier.

The filing confirms the 1.8-inch 30GB hard disk drive reported earlier.

The FCC application was submitted on behalf of Toshiba by Japanese company Taiyo Yuden - a "world leader in materials and electronics technology" according to their website.

The filing shows a current status of "grant issued". We've contacted Taiyo Yuden's manager for confirmation on the status of the filing; we'll post here any information we receive from that.

The filing does not make mention of Microsoft. However, in the rear images of the label information diagram, you can see in small letters the words "Hello from Seattle".

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Re: Hello from Seattle?
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2006, 09:56:45 PM »

Very subtle! Only shouldn't that have been "Redmond" not Seattle?!?!
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