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Episode 44: Talking Microsoft's Zune HD and Apple's iPod Touch with Alfred Moya, founder of ZuneMAX

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Alfred Moya, founder of the ZuneMAX blog, joins Kwass and Jon to discuss Microsoft's Zune HD in comparision to Apple's iPod Touch. On the Sunday before Thanksgiving, System Showdown banks its 44th episode giving thanks to the portable world, most notably, the top-notch mp3 players Zune HD from Microsoft and the iPod Touch from Apple. This Showdown discusses how certain apps on the Zune HD and the iPod Touch will make listening to music more portable by including more personal utilities. Speaking of portability, Moya and the hosts breakdown how well the features of the highly-acclaimed Microsoft Zune pales in comparison to the iPod Touch, as it is believed to be Microsoft's best mp3 player releases yet. With portability being this week's theme, Moya, Kwass and Jon advise those on the 16 GB bandwagon with some quality user suggestions that will make your new mp3 player more portable for entertainment purposes. As we've all seen lately, the leading mp3 player manufacturers have steadily increased their portability by enhancing screen specs and modifying device sizes and weights; this week's debate concerns who's/what's more portable for their users and undecided consumers: Microsoft's Zune HD or Apple's iPod Touch? Microsoft has already impressed with Windows 7, but Zune HD could follow suit!!!