Not too long ago, Microsoft unveiled their fitness-related wearable dubbed as the Microsoft Band, powered by their own Microsoft Health platform. The wearable is available at the online Microsoft store for $199, and hopefully you were able to get your hands on it. If not, you may have to wait a little longer since it's out of stock in all available sizes.
There's no word on when Microsoft will replenish the stock, but it shouldn't be too long. It also seems a little weird it went out of stock so quickly since the $199 price tag is not too affordable for many users.
The wearable is available on Windows Phone, iOS and Android, and give users the ability to manage fitness-related aspects such as calories burnt, heart rate monitor, and more. Additionally, it can also act as a companion device for your smartphone, giving users the ability to check their notifications, emails, and also provides access to Cortana for Windows Phone users. There's a built-in GPS as well to check the distance traveled and more.