Wired is pretty confident Microsoft's Zune won't kill the Apple iPod:
There's nothing the press likes more than a good fight, and the Zune looks like a worthy contender for the iPod's heavyweight crown.
The tech press loves the Zune because of its specs. They tally up the features and conclude the Zune is better because there's more stuffed inside.
When it launches next month, the Zune will cost $250 for 30 GB -- just like the equivalent iPod. But the Zune also has Wi-Fi for wirelessly trading songs; a larger, 3-inch screen (good for widescreen movies); and will connect to Microsoft's Zune Marketplace music service, which will sell songs at 99 cents each and offer a $15 a month subscription plan.