Microsoft threw together a delightful little photoshoot for its new Zune HD PMP, with the black and silver versions of the device on display along with a large quantity of attractiveness in both flavors. The front includes a 3.3-inch capacitive OLED touch screen display covered with glass, and a single home button beneath it. The top edge includes a power button that also triggers the lock screen, the left edge has an iPhone-like volume rocker, and the bottom carries the headphone jack and Zune dock. The Zune HD supports 720p video content, which you’ll be able to purchase directly though the Zune Marketplace software. Video content purchased (or rented) through your Xbox can also be downloaded and transferred to your Zune by checking for them in your Zune Marketplace purchase history. The only hitch to this arrangement’s that the Zune’s screen doesn’t natively support 720p playback, so content does get scaled down to 480×272. Videos still look outstanding, you can get 720p natively out of the Zune HD, but you’ll need to dock it into the optional HDMI Zune dock and run it to your TV.