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Zune's primary competitor is the Apple i Pod product line.
The first Zune model, the Zune 30, was released in the United States on November 14, 2006, featuring a capacity of 30 gigabytes, FM radio, and a 3 inch screen.
The Zune 80 was announced on October 2, 2007, along with the smaller Zune 4 and Zune 8 to compete with Apple's i Pod nano line.
FM radio features include RBDS, which receives and displays digital information in conventional FM radio broadcasts.
Files can be shared wirelessly between Zunes and PCs as well as other Zune devices.
Purchasing items from it requires Microsoft Points or a Zune Pass.
Zune Pass is a subscription music service that allows the user to temporarily download an unlimited number of songs for the length of the Zune Pass subscription, as well as permanently keep up to 10 tracks per month.