The astonishment dispatch of the Microsoft Band device a couple of weeks prior additionally prompt a speedy sellout of the smartband on the Microsoft Store website. Today, Microsoft is affirming that the company made more than 5,000 units of the Band, in spite of a report posted on an alternate media outlet, however halted short of expressing exactly what number Band device have been sold.
The report originated from Microsoft Product Reviews, which expressed that an company support employee for the Band said via phone, “Microsoft just had 5,000 of them for the launch.” However, as large portions of us know, support employees are not generally trustworthy regarding offering news around a product. Today, Microsoft replied accompanying the proclamation:
We are excited by the response we have seen to Microsoft Band and while Microsoft does not comment on production volumes, we have sold well beyond the numbers suggested to date. We are working to get devices into the hands of customers as quickly as possible and expect shipments of Microsoft Band to continue arriving in Microsoft Stores throughout the holiday season. People are encouraged to visit their local Microsoft Store to place an order, and they will be able to pick up a Band when it arrives. Customers can also visit MicrosoftStore.com to sign up to receive notification when the device is available online.
Do you think the company is holding up until Black Friday to start offering the Band once more?