You visit the Bonneville Salt Flats, install a racing game, keep the car in low gear so you don't actually roll it, and then boom! Your iPad racing game now has force feedback.
Claiming that it's not even a viable product launch because it lacks a solid pre-existing market share is a pretty broken argument. Calling the Zune a "potentially dying platform" is just baiting, because ANY platform is "potentially dying" to the point that at least SOME degree of investment could be considered unjustifiable.
You're just throwing out a bunch of speculative claims and poorly-supported attacks under the guise of combating bias, which is deeply, deeply ironic.