Microsoft Band arrives in more US stores and the UK

Microsoft Band

You no longer have to head to a Microsoft Store in the US to put the Band on your wrist. Microsoft’s smart wearable is now available through Amazon, Best Buy and Target in the country at the usual $200 asking price, and it’ll go on sale in the UK on April 15th for £170. Fitness-minded Brits can pre-order today, with Amazon, Curry’s PC World, Dixons Travel, Harrods and O2 all promising to carry stock. And you won’t have to rush quite so quickly to get a Band this time around — the crew in Redmond is planning both more frequent shipments and larger supplies in each batch, so shortages won’t be as common.

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