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You can now buy the Microsoft Band from the Microsoft Store for $199 (US only)

Microsoft Band
By Sam Sabri on 30 Oct 2014 12:16 am

You can now order the Microsoft Band from the Microsoft Store. The new fitness tracker and notification hub can sync with your Windows Phone, Android or iPhone. It can be yours right now for $199.99.

The Microsoft Band offers guided workouts, 24-hour heart rate tracking, sleep tracking, email alerts, calendar support and Cortana integration.

Are you buying? You get a complimentary $5 gift card to Starbucks and a screen protector when buying online.

Related: Microsoft Band News

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You can now buy the Microsoft Band from the Microsoft Store for $199 (US only)

5 Comments

I don't think it's overpriced. The price is in line with the $200 basis peak coming out and the $200+ fitbit pulse. At first I thought it looked basic and boring but the more I stare the more I'm liking it. Excited to see some reviews.

$100 if you were buying nothing but a fitness band. If that's all you want, then yes, $200 is too much.

Band isn't just a fitness band. It's a very good blend of fitness band and smart watch functionality.