We've put together a video from some of the stock video footage that Microsoft has made available to members of the press - wait, I'm a member of the press? Well, glorified blogger perhaps - but as long as it gets me the good stuff, I don't care what they call me. I've seen other sites posting the completely silent video, but I wanted to do something a bit nicer. The video footage is designed for TV stations to broadcast with a reporter doing their story voice-over - so that's exactly what I did, and I added some background music for good measure. We have two versions of the video for you: the YouTube version is below, so if you're in a rush, watch that one - like all video on YouTube, the quality leaves much to be desired, but it's easy to access.
If you have a few moments, I'd suggest the 640 x 480, 2000 kbps version instead. It weighs in at 41 MB, but it looks excellent and really shows the Zune in the best light possible. Enjoy the video, and let us know your comments! I should add that I didn't have a script for the voice-over, and it was done in a single continuous take, so my apologies for the times I pause to think. ;-)