Taken sneakily at the gdgt launch in San Francisco, the video – shakey as it is – still gives us a good look at the Zune's interface, as well as the lovely OLED screen, which appears to be pretty responsive even in this pre-production model.
The menu is very clear and both music and video playback are shown off during the vid. The latter, although not so clear in the video, gets a good reaction from those watching, so it seems the HD capabilities have done their job.
Finally the rep says that battery life is still being worked on, but promises that it'll be better than any previous Zune device, which considering the added functionality, is pretty impressive.
Check out the video below and let us know what you think to it in the comments.