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To see how it wears on the wrist, look forward to Ariel's review of the Tambour Diver soon.
The Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon is a refreshing 42mm wide and a very commendable 12.55mm thick – TAG Heuer's Connected Modular 45 is 45mm wide and while it wears well, it is unquestionably large on the wrist, while Montblanc's recently launched Summit is a massive 46mm wide and, what's worse, is pretty much unwearably long unless you have extremely thick wrists.
Then I checked out the forums and it seems everyone with a 30GB HDD model has had this happen to them.” Just a couple of months ago I wrote that the Zune was something of an anti-i Pod, attractive to people who think Apple fandom has gone a little overboard.
But a massive, synchronized operating system failure on a Microsoft product is a fact-is-stranger-than-fiction story that’s too good to pass up on a slow news day.
The case of the Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon is either brushed or satin finished stainless steel with polished "horns" and crown, or a black PVD-finished stainless steel.
Considering the near-k price point of the black version, we would hope it is of the more durable DLC kind.
Until it went on sale last November, Microsoft's Zune was heralded as the first true i Pod-killer.
But with its overly aggressive copyright protection and the odd, self-imposed limits to its most innovative features (like built-in Wi-Fi), it has so far failed to make even a dent in the i Pod's shiny white-and-chrome armor.
The Tambour Horizon is made in conjunction with Google and Qualcomm Technology, with a case made in Switzerland.
I always have to reinstall, download new firmware, or wait for the slow software to catch up. I want to throw it away and never look back.” Perhaps he’ll feel better in a day or two.