Microsoft Unveils Limited Edition Zune

8 June 2008 By Madhur

Zune

Microsoft has launched a limited edition of there digital media player “Zune”. It has been especially designed by Peter Saville to be made available to commemorate the DVD release of “Joy Division”, the critically acclaimed Documentary.

The limited edition Zune will contain the film and it will also be etched with an apoptation of Saville’s artwork from Joy Divisions “Unknown Pleasures” album. According to Tom Atencio, the film’s co-producer

“Partnering with Zune gives us a unique platform to tell the story of an iconic band and present something special to their fans,It also opens the door to a whole new world of possibilities regarding innovative promotion and distribution methods for independent films”

The limited edition of Zune will go on sale from June 17th at a price of $399. A total of five hundred quantities will be available on http://www.zune.net or http://www.zuneoriginals.net. So if you have money to spend, go for this.

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