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Colorware offers personalized Zunes

updated 12:25 pm EDT, Fri May 18, 2007

Colorware custom Zunes

Colorware, which has been offering custom-colored iPods for some time, has turned its attentions to the Microsoft Zune. While the player can already be had in black, brown, white and pink colors, Colorware offers a much greater palette, and shoppers can have the body, back, wheel and button all painted separate tones. Customers can further choose between metallic or solid paint, and the coating is said to be scratch-resistant. There are two ways to get a custom Zune: a new player costs $325, but buyers can also send in an existing player, which cuts the base price down to $74; in either case details cost extra. [via cliczune]



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