According to a ZDNet report, based on a statement released by Microsoft this week, the Band 2 activity tracker has been pulled by the company from its online store.
In its statement, Microsoft told ZDNet that it had sold out the existing inventory of its $250-priced Band 2 activity tracker, and that, as of now, the company does not have any immediate plans to replace the device with a new Band model this year.
The Band 2 activity tracker disappeared from the Microsoft website on Monday; followed by a confirmation by the company that the device had sold out. However, despite the fact that Microsoft has asserted that it currently has no plans for the activity tracker, the company has promised that "customer support channels" for the device will remain open.
In its statement, Microsoft specifically said that it will continue to remain committed to supporting the users of the Band 2 activity tracker through Microsoft Stores as well as the company's customer support channels.
In addition, Microsoft also said it will "continue to invest in the Microsoft Health platform, which is open to all hardware and apps partners across Windows, iOS, and Android devices."