New Zune accessories zoon

 255 Microsoft’s Zune Home AV Pack is expected to retail for $99.99

Just in time for the November 13th launch of Microsoft’s next batch of digital music players will be a virtual cornucopia of accessories like docks, speakers, armbands, cases, FM transmitters, docks, and more docks — more than 60 new products in all.

Microsoft will also be offering its own accessories, including…

Zune Home A/V Pack. [see above photo] Power your home stereo with your Zune. Pack includes Home Dock with three faceplates to accommodate each Zune device, a wireless remote, an AC adapter and composite audio-video output cable. (ERP $99.99)

Zune Dock Pack. Give your Zune a convenient home when it is connected to your computer or charging. Home Dock with three faceplates to accommodate each Zune device and AC adapter. (ERP $49.99)

Zune Car Pack. Take your music with you on the road. Redesigned FM transmitter/charger and dashboard grip pad. (ERP $79.99)

Zune Cable Pack. Get connected to your computer, your stereo or your TV. Sync cable, composite AV output cable and audio cable. (ERP $39.99)

Zune Premium Headphones. Take your listening experience up a notch with these high-quality headphones. Included with the Zune 80GB device. (ERP $39.99)

Zune Leather Case. Dress for success and protect your Zune in the process. (ERP $39.99 and $49.99)

Zune Sync Cable (ERP $19.99)

Zune AC Adapter (ERP $29.99)

Microsoft’s partner program has expanded to include these 23 accessory manufacturers; Agent 18, Altec Lansing Technologies Inc., Belkin International Inc., Case-mate, Digital Lifestyle Outfitters (DLO), Directed Electronics Inc. (Polk Audio), Dual Electronics Corp., GPX, Griffin Technology Inc., Golla, iHome, Incipio Technologies, Integrated Mobile Electronics Corp., , Kicker, mStation Corp., Memorex Electronics, Monster Cable Products Inc., Skinit, Speck, Targus Group International Inc., VAF Research, Vaja Corp., and zLive (DPI, Inc.).

So plenty of good stuff to choose from if and when you pick up your new Zune in the next couple of weeks.

Microsoft Announces Availability of New Zune Accessories at Retail [Press Release]