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With Easter a little less than a week away, it looks like Microsoft is prepping a new Zune HD player just in time for the holiday, even if you weren't supposed to know about it.
On the Zune's homepage, Microsoft's web monkeys have added a listing for a Zune HD 64. Click on the link, however, and you won't get very far - it brings up a "page not found" error rather than a new product page for a Zune HD sporting twice the amount of storage as the current flagship model.
If we had to guess, we'd say the link will go live fairly soon, though don't expect any hardware changes beyond the bump in capacity. That's not a bad thing, as the Zune HD comes comprised of an Nvidia Tegra chipset, 3.3-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, and a pretty slick UI.
Since there hasn't been an official announcement yet, there's obviously no word on pricing. As a point of reference, however, the 32GB Zune HD runs $240.