Microsoft's first-gen health- and fitness-focused wearable launched in the UK earlier this year for £169.99, but you can now buy it for only £49.99, with an extra USB charging cable, worth £16.99.
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With the Band 2 now available, Microsoft and its retail partners continue to clear inventory of the first-gen health- and fitness-focused wearable, which is currently on sale in the UK for £54.99.
With the Band 2 now available, Microsoft and its retail partners continue to clear inventory of the first-gen health- and fitness-focused wearable, which is currently on sale in the US for $99.99.
Microsoft's second-generation Band wearable fitness device is giving me very different heart rate readings compared with the original when working out - but does that mean it's more or less accurate?
Mirroring similar discounts in the US, the first-gen Microsoft Band is now available in the UK for just £69.99 - that's £100 less than its original price - including a free ZAGG screen protector.
Microsoft's first-generation Band went on sale last year for $199, but with the recent launch of its successor, it's now available for far less - indeed, you can now buy it for under eighty bucks.
The hardware changes are what receives the most attention when discussing the Microsoft Band 2, but it's actually the improved interface that I'm probably most happy with.
Microsoft has shared details of its updated Band SDK, which includes support for new features and sensors in the Band 2, along with the full release of Web Tiles for both the new and older models.
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Custom workouts have finally made their way to the Microsoft Band. While the feature is a tremendous idea and decent start, Microsoft's execution leaves a bit to be desired.
After unveiling the Band 2 last week at an even higher price than its predecessor, Microsoft is now clearing stocks of its first-gen wearable device by selling it for half of its original price.
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In wake of this week's announcements, Microsoft has officially reduced the price of its fitness wearable, the Band. The new offer is available directly from Microsoft and other retailers.
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Users will be able to create custom workouts for the new Microsoft Band, bringing the capabilities of the original's first-party guided workouts to the end-user for new workout regimens.
Microsoft have unveiled a successor to their Microsoft Band, with a range of new features. The device will be more durable and ergonomic then the original, with improved functionality.
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Microsoft is offering discounts today on many of its own devices - such as a Lumia 640 for $69.99 off-contract - and those of its partners, including savings of hundreds of dollars on Windows PCs.
The Band is now available with £30 off - the second UK price cut in three weeks - as Microsoft and its retail partners continue to shift stocks of the current model, ahead of its successor's launch.
A few days after Microsoft cut $50 off the regular price of its Band, Amazon has now done the same, and is currently offering the health- and fitness-focused wearable device for only $149.99.
Following a wave of recent discounts, the Microsoft Band is once again available with money off. This time, the company has slashed $50 off its regular $199.99 price - but you'll have to be quick.
Less than three weeks after its last promotional discount on the Band, Microsoft is now offering even more money off the device, amid rumors that the company has ended production of the current model.
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Microsoft is currently working on the Band 2, and in preparation for its upcoming release, the company is reportedly halting production of the original Band.
Microsoft is currently offering £10 off its Band wearable device in the UK - but O2 will give you a massive £70 discount on the Band when you buy one of three Lumia Windows Phones from the carrier.
Apple, according to the latest market research, has become the number one company in terms of wearable bands, outselling Fitbit, Xiaomi and all other competitors in the market this quarter.
You can currently get $20 off the Band at the Microsoft Store - but a leading US retailer is now offering a $50 price cut on the wearable device, as long as you're willing to pick it up in store.
If you've been thinking about buying Microsoft's health- and fitness-focused wearable device, now might be a good time, as the company has dropped the price of the Band in its US and UK stores.
HTC has previously told the world that it was launching a wearable fitness band called the Grip, but now it's saying that the device won't actually reach consumers, due to user feedback.
Recent rumors claimed that Microsoft would launch a new version of the Band in June - but while this failed to materialize, the company has now confirmed that it's "working on" the Band 2.
Microsoft is releasing some new and updated tools for its Band today. Developers will now finally be able to access some of the data that the Band has been tracking since it launched.
Microsoft has updated its Health app for Windows Phone users and has added Golf support to the app; the update is rolling out now and should be arriving on your device shortly.
Microsoft has released new firmware for the Band but the change log has a lot of room for improvement as it only lists "general fixes and improvements" for what is new or has changed.
MIT Technology Review has found the heart rate sensor in Microsoft's Band to be reasonably accurate - and far more so than the Apple Watch, which gave readings that were off by up to 77bpm.
This week, Microsoft is teaming up with TaylorMade ahead of the 115th US Open to announce a new feature for the Band that helps golfers track their game and find the next hole.
Images have revealed the design of 'Moonraker', a smartwatch developed by Nokia that came very close to launching last year, but which Microsoft killed off in favor of its own Band wearable device.
A new report claims the Microsoft Band 2 will be released this year, with the device already being widely tested internally, including in Europe.
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Microsoft's recently announced update for its fitness app and service is now available on all platforms, providing users with more insights on their activities.
Microsoft has announced updates to the Band and Health apps that will bring new insights to the Health Dashboard on the web. The Band will now also work with some apps: MapMyRide and Strava.
According to a new listing on the Microsoft Store website, Microsoft Band owners will soon have new ways to view their health and fitness data thanks to new apps for Xbox One, Windows 8, and iPad.
The Microsoft Band is now available to buy in the UK - its first market outside of the US - priced at £169.99, and includes guided workouts developed with leading UK health provider Nuffield Health.
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Microsoft has announced that they will be expanding the availability of the Band to the UK, this is the first time that the device will be officially sold outside of North America.
Microsoft is ramping up the production of the Band in a big way and will now sell the device at several new retailers in the US - and the company also said that it has fixed its supply chain issues.