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Lumia 550, 950 and 950 XL now back in stock at the U.S. Microsoft Store

If you want to get your hands on one of Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile Lumia handsets, the U.S. Microsoft Store is ready for your order once again. After a short period of being out of stock, the unlocked Lumia 950 (opens in new tab), Lumia 950 XL (opens in new tab) and Lumia 550 (opens in new tab) are now back in stock and available for purchase once again at the U.S. Microsoft Store.

Each handset was previously listed as out of stock following word that Microsoft was winding down Lumia production at the end of 2016. This prompted some to speculate that stock had been sold out with no plans of replenishing, but it looks like Microsoft has more on hand to get rid of. That wind-down is likely still occurring, as both the Lumia 650 and 735 were removed from the Microsoft Store just last week, and Lumias remain sold out in the UK store.

In any case, if you're interested in picking up a Lumia 550, 950 or 950 XL at the Microsoft Store, you may want to act quickly before they're sold out for good.

Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the Editor in Chief for Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl. Got a hot tip? Send it to daniel.thorp-lancaster@futurenet.com.

138 Comments
  • Back from the dead, It's raining Windows Phones!!!!!
  • So glad I got mine when they had the buy one and get one free.
  • If only... :P
  • I'll buy the 950 when it's under $150. I can wait.
  • You'll probably have to wait a while.  Used ones on ebay are still going for $300-$400.  Hell, the older 930's are still going for $200.
  • I have a Verizon 930 if somebody wants it.
  • New or used?
  • I'm pretty sure you can answer this yourself...
  • That's funny.
  • My guess is new. =P
  • I bought my 950, new, for 300€ not a week ago.
  • The Lumia 950 is $269.00 in Amazon
  • On eBay here in the UK a used 950 goes for about £175 and a XL for £200. At these prices I still think it's a great option considering a basic half decent Android (Plus 3 for instance) will cost you £350 & Apple wise you'd be looking at a 5s.
  • Me too
  • Not that hot believe me. What a joke of a price. At this point these phones should be $19, $49, and $99 with the lack of support coming from MS!
  • Microsoft regularly updates W10M. I do agree though that the price should drop but only coz it costs 660USD in my country.
  • Because it's an older phone, the price should definitely be adjusted.  But $19, $49 and $99?  This guy is on crack!
  • what? In EU the 950xl sells for 290USD and the Acer Jade Primo with dock for just 199usd they will kiss your feet if you buy one of those
  • Where's the jade primo for that price? It's £210 on the UK ms store without dock.
  • Germany, but limited stock and you need to purchase it in the store
  • True, for a "dead platform" W10M gets a lot of updates. You will get more updates with a 950 than you would most Android phones.
  • The platform is not "dead" the Windows 10 mobile smart phones will be changed to create a new class of Smartphones known as the Smartphone/Pocket PC hybrid. 3 things will do that 1=The 2017 "Redstone 2 & 3" updates. 2= The Microsoft "X86 Emulation" software which will enable Windows ARMS CPU smart phones to run some Desktop PC Programs. 3= Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 ARMS CPU which has the power tp quickly process the Windows 10 mobile soft ware alredy mentoned. Yes indeed Windows 10 newlagship smart phones will indeed become Smartphone / Pocket PC hybrids 
  • Whatever.
  • Agreed, but only because the platform itself is all but dead.
  • They should be giving way these phones free with $50 Windows Store credit.
  • Why, they are still better than most phones out there. Other than maybe an iPhone 6/7, Pixel or Galaxy S7 I'd rather have a 950/XL. Camera quality, fluidity of use, these are still great phones. As long as you don't care so much about apps they are great phones.
  • Minus the new bugs of the last few production updates and I would agree with you totally. These are getting annoying! My current one is no glance screen, notifications waking the screen, or icons on the lock screen for app updates. Quite annoying.
  • I early upgraded to get my 950xl on release day and now tbh I wish I had not bothered. It's plagued by random restarts, even Ms apps are getting more and more rubbish (news app still showing threads' from last June). With this big bleak time surly everyone is going to have to slowly give up on win10 mobile
  • Have you tried a reset?  I don't see any of those issues on my 950 XL.  The only problem I had was the front camera quit working.  I took it to a Microsoft store and they replaced it since it was still under warranty.
  • Tbh no I haven't tried a reset. The news app is the same on 3 other win10 phones I've tried. I have defended Ms so many times but i was hoping so much that the universal apps would have saved windows mobile but still no apps are coming, the one's we had are slowly leaving 😭. Sad times for me and im a massive windows/ms fan
  • @stickyshocker, I'm not belittling your problem, because that would suck to have that problem, but for me, the news app is one of the main apps on my Start Screen that still impresses people with the benefit of a Live Tile (other than its unfortunate monolithic political slant to the left). News articles update in real time throughout the day for me. So whatever the problem is, if you have it on multiple devices, maybe it's a configuration issue or interaction with some other apps you have. I've never had any problems with it. The other Live Tile apps that really work well like that are various weather apps, Facebook, and of course all the communication tiles (phone, ISeeVM voice mail app, e-mail accounts, Slack, Skype, NFL, etc.). I'm running these on a Lumia Icon upgraded to Windows 10.
  • I had that issue about a year ago, but it's been long fixed - but it did require a hard reset. I've also given 950s to my folks and those more recently purchased phones never had the issue. So try that. I still think for the money they are great phones, don't see the point spending double for Android or iPhone as I'm not a big app user.
  • I have bought 950 in UK (£249 inc dock). It's been an absolute steal. Phone works great. Wish I could buy more at that price. Sadly in UK the phone is sold out for months.
  • Outside of a rare freeze, my 950 has been very reliable.  I'm on the production build.
  • Check it, reset it something. No problems here. Great phone.
  • On june?! Ahaha, sorry this is just too funny. Love it. :DD I use L950 and I don't have such a problem sorry for your loss man.
  • Have a look on the entertainment part and look at the post dates. Im in the uk, don't know if this makes a difference!
  • My 950xl works great on slow ring latest build. Try a reset.
  • I got mine shortly after release. Never had random restarts. Fwiw. Don't know what news app you are using so can't comment on that.
  • I'm in the same boat...this was seriously of the worst financial decisions I've made in my life...I bought it on thanksgiving in 2015...it was bad to begin with but I gave it time...thought MS would get their **** together...doesnt look like that, I can't go through a day without at least 10-15 random restarts...today it restarted basically whenever I unlocked the phone...and yes, I've tried a hard reset and a clean one...its unusable right now
  • The unlocking issue is the main one I have, its a complete joke!
  • I know right
  • As people have said above, give it a hard reset. That was an issue with early builds of WM and you have to hard reset to fix it for some reason. I don't have any of those problems, but did about a year ago before they fixed things.
  • I agree. Wait for Galaxy 8 or iPhone 8.
  • Its a hardware issue, get it exchanged while you can.
  • Its a hardware issue, get it exchanged while you can.
  • It's past the warranty date...november 2016...I had a feeling this would start acting up right after the warranty ended...and that's what happened
  • Thats bad. I got it changed in intial stage itself.
  • I really wanted the xl when my beloved 1520 gave up the ghost. I had to get an att 950 because neither Microsoft Stores near me had either Model in stock. My 950 runs so perfect. It has had some issues, but it was all software related. I have always been on the fast ring. I love this little phone.
  • I didn't have any of these issues with my 950 XL, when I bought it back in June of last year. Have you updated the phone at all, since it's release? As for news apps, they update regularly on mine, and I have several.CBS and CBS Local, Microsoft News, Flipboard, CNET, NBC, Windows Central, and a couple others. All of which update regularly.
  • I love Windows Phone, but MS took a very clear, very large step back with Windows 10. I sincerely hope there's a Surface Phone in the pipeline, because that's their best hope. Lumia could've saved Windows mobile, but MS chose to buy out Nokia and squander it.
  • I was in Carphone Warehouse earlier this week, they supposedly had a 950 XL in stock (was on their website) but in store they had none. The rep said MS have some new phones coming out very soon. I personally cannot imagine they will announce a Surface Phone at MWC but perhaps he had some insider info.
  • Fingers crossed
  • Good to have them back. Bad communication on MS s part though, all media spreading the news that MS stopped selling phones altogether. And now they are back?
  • That's your idiot lame duck CEO for you. Such great communication skills.
  • Wow, I didn't know Sataya Nadella was also the CEO of Windows Central, MSPowerUser, Neowin & OnMSFT as well.....         /sarcasm
  • You make zero sense. We are talking about Microsoft's horrible communication. How you brought all those tech news sites into my statement is beyond anyone. Wow. Your communication skills are right there with Nutella's.
  • ^same...to also add...since I have downloaded build 15007 I have had nothing but issues. I reported the problems through the feedback hub and mysteriously my phone all of a sudden started to display the "This device has been locked for security reasons....etc"...I have hard reset among other things which temporarily fixes it but as long as its connected to the internet my phone continuously gets licked with that message! Apparently when you offer honest feedback you piss someone off and their retaliation is to constantly lock your phone!...by the way when the phone is not connected to the internet it doesn't produce the phone lock message! Curious!...wouldn't you say?!...i wouldn't waste your money...and this is coming from a Windows phone fan!
  • Join Fast Ring and join problems. No one forced you.
  • On fast ring and you're complaining about bugs. Really?
  • I really hope MS can release a firmware update for the 950 and 950 xl to allow the 2nd SIM to work again.  Now that AT&T finally sent their 2g network out to pasture, my main driver for having my 950xl went out the window.  I specifically got the 950 xl so I could have a single phone for both my personal and work lines.  Luckily, I had smart dual sim enabled so I calls get handed over to the single active sim, but I can't place calls from that second line or send or receive txt messages without switching data to the 2nd sim.
  • That's not MS fault, it's AT&T decision.  I have 2 sims fine. Is it even an option on the snap dragon 810 to have 3G and 4GLTE simultaneously?  The Elite X3 can but it's an 820 snapdragon
  • It has been well documented that ATT was sunsetting 2g services for a while now, so MS has known this is coming for a long time.  I'm sure that out of the number of unlocked 950 XL phones that have been sold in the US, that a small percentage of them have been running in dual sim mode.  The 810 supports dual sim active/active or dual sim active/standby while the 820 (which the X3 has) only supports dual sim active/standby.  The X3 was in the same boat as the 950 XL starting the January 1 on ATT, but they recently released the firmware update allowing LTE on one sim with 3g voice on the other.  MS should be able to release a similar firmware update to enable 3g connectivity on the 2nd SIM.  What I'm not clear on is if there is any hardware limitation preventing that.  A coworker has inquired about this and was told, "it is being looked into" by Microsoft.  Whether that means it will be fixed or not at some point is anyone's guess. The only provider in the US that I know if that is still running 2g is T-Mobile, and I believe they have a roadmap to sunset 2g as well.  The ironic thing is that I ported my 2nd sim (the 1st sim is for an AT&T line paid for by my employeer) over to AT&T from T-Mobile last year to take advantage of the unlimited data package with my DirecTV.  If I wouldn't have done that I could have two functioning lines for a while longer.
  • I am on your side. I bought 950XL because I can use two SIMs(one US SIM and one foreign SIM). Now AT&T shutdown 2G, although I still can use T-mbile for my 2nd SIM but it won't last long. MS needs come out with new firmware to unlock the capability of dual 4G standby
  • same here in Singapore, all telcos will shut down 2G starting from april this year. Lumia 950/xl really need a another firmware update to enable this dual 4g
  • and where is the source that HP supports LTE on one SIM and 3G voice on another SIM simutaneously? I looked at HP site, it says you can't
  • Weird... anyhow I can't find my discussion but someone did tell me either in november or early december that a firmware update enabled 3G voice and 4GLTE at the same time. This post in the forum have me referencing about being told that. http://forums.windowscentral.com/windows-10-mobile/447030-lumia-950-xl-h...
  • It's very interesting that it's possibly only a firmware update to enable 3g/4gLTE...  I thought it was the chip not having the radios built in for that... I currently have 2G voice ok and LTE data... annoying thing about that setup is if I get MMS, I need to switch data to my 2g voice then switch back... it's not that bad either since I have wifi a lot of the time so it's not super urgent to switch back.
  • I got that update last year. 2nd SIMM is working great.
  • I can wait for Black Friday.
  • Do you think stock will be left by then?  Serious question.
  • Why bother, really. Are they so desperate for money (or to liquidate their stock) they they wish to sell phones to people that, like us, will then see MS drop any kind of app support. I have be a die hard MS fan, all around and not just mobile, but latest news are more than a hint that MS just does not care anymore. I got my chuwi win10/android tablet yesterday and I have to say that, as much as I have Great disdain for google, it's nice to finally have some apps for a change. I hardly use the win10 OS on it... Keep dropping support for loyal fans, MS, and see where it leads... I don't think it's a pretty sight.
  • Exactly what app is Microsoft dropping support for? Most of the apps I use from them is Groove, Onedrive and Office which are still receiving updates.
  • Minecraft yesterday, for starters.
  • Didn't they only drop support for Minecraft on Windows Phone 8.1??? It still appears to be available and working on Windows 10 on my Lumia 950.
  • Nevermind, I went back and checked the article.   It is WP8.1 and Win10Mobile.  Truly messed up news!
  • Its available. None of the new updates will be coming to Windows 10 Mobile.
  • Not necessarily "dropping" support per say (althought minecraft is a good example) but one would argue... Providing MUCH more support on other platforms for their apps is, in some ways, dropping support... But I think you're right. Thei're not dropping support at all... there never was any in the last year and a half. I agree too that Groove is beyond bad on android but have a look at all the rest and you will understand where MS's priorities are. I've had a windows phone for 5 years now and never even looked over the fence. Playing with MS Apps on Android, after only a couple of minutes I started to feel like I was cheating on my wife. One last thing, and the one that bothers me the most, is that about a year ago, I took 900$ (CAD) of my hard earned money to by a 950 XL. My own fault? maybe... but I'd argue that I, as someone else said in the comments on the minecraft article, I didn't leave Windows Phone... It left me... But don't worry, I won't ask for custody of the kids ;)
  • Whatever, drama 🎭 much?
  • Until MS shows some real faith, even the slightest, in their own platform and ecosystem then yes... drama. And I know i'm not the only one :)
  • Microsoft is increasing support for at least the concept of mobile devices, not decreasing. If you look at their big investments, they are heavily toward positioning them to do well in mobile, even if the immediate-term small things, like lack of Minecraft, don't look good: UWP, Continuum, One Core, training users to use Windows Store even on Windows PCs, touch... all of these are strategic moves to enable Microsoft to leverage their strength in Windows on PCs over to mobile. Otherwise, like Apple has been doing lately, Microsoft would just milk what has worked and not make any interesting changes. On the contrary, Microsoft is trying hard to develop a truly powerful mobile computing ecosystem to leapfrog the more toy-like (in terms of capabilities) phones from Apple and Google. They're clearly not there yet and I can't argue that today's UX including app availability is better for many on Android and iOS, but if you look at where they're all headed, MS has by far and away the strongest and most compelling vision for the future of mobile.
  • Valid points and I agree on all of them. I'm afraid though, that by the time they get there, people will have long forgotten about MS in the consumer space (at least for phones). people going to other ecosystems risk porting all of their stuff to competitor services, including google office (or whatever it's called) and that (office being used less and less) along with other services being used less and less will hurt MS in the long run i'm afraid.
  • Attachment to technology can change quickly. Blackberry and MS owned smartphones a decade ago when Apple released the iPhone to Balmer saying no one would care (well, at least that's the story, Balmer says that tale is not exactly right). I think Microsoft agrees with you on the bigger importance of the ecosystem today compared with then, though. That's why they are trying to get people into their ecosystem even if on Android or iOS devices -- Cortana, OneDrive, Office, etc. all work everwhere. MS could lose, and I think they made their trek harder by letting the growing market they had with Windows Phone 8 crash (giving the appearance of spite over the Nokia Devices & Services acquisition), but their long-term play looks to be the strongest of all the big tech companies right now. If their pockets are deep enough, and I believe they are, they will have time to see their long-term strategy through. And in the long-term, the best strategy wins, as long as it doesn't run out of fuel first.
  • Your drunk.
    No doubt they're doing some great and innovative things but, at this point in time, mobile isn't one of them.
    Their attitude towards mobile and the faithful supporters is borderline contemptuous
  • Probably just stocks from retail stores of Microsoft that got sent back.
  • I returned a 950. Nice phone but not worth $400USD. I told the salesgirl I'm a fanboy but I know what a 950 I really worth.
  • No more 640 XL?
  • Yeah also gone forever :(
  • You can still get the 640xl on Australian MS site.
  • Microsoft has made it clear Winidows Phone is dead.   I've been hanging on because of my own app and I am a developer in the Microsoft world. With the recent announcments from Microsoft and things like pushing out new apps and products like StaffHub with nothing for their own platform, I think its nearing time to abandon. I had hope with Windows 10, one core, universal apps, and the merging of platforms that mobile might survive like that. But it appears that even that is not going to save the mobile.  Many developers (even Microsoft) are choosing to not build a Windows app period (whether it be phone or universal). Sad times.  Next November will be 2 years with my 950xl and if it looks this bad then I guess I will leave the platform and move over to Android.
     
  • Why don't you build a universal app to reach the Windows 10 (PC/Tablet) users?  There are quite a bit of them out there.
  • I'm in the process of that right now but my app's intended purpose was for myself, and trying to fill a gap that existed in the Windows phone ecosystem when I moved from Android. I was never worried about how many users downloaded and used my app. My concerns lie with the lack of developer support for universal apps in Windows period.  These will be the absolute only way we get a chance at apps on the phone because Windows phone is dead. Its alarming to see that Microsoft is not even building apps for their own platform.   StaffHub is thier newest creation and its marketed for the business/enterprise (which is what is supposed to be keeping them alive) and they built iOS and Android apps for it but nothing for Windows.  They said that mobile users will be on those platforms and everyone else can do the rest from the web.  NOT ENCOURAGING  
  • I would say they have made it clear the Lumia line is dead. But they have also made it clear that they believe mobile is vital to their future. With the exception of what they're doing for AI and HoloLens, nearly all of their big strategic moves and R&D investments are focused on driving mobile success. I understand when you're just looking at the relatively small number of mobile apps we have and paltry hardware releases (though some pretty nice handsets like the X3 and Idol 4S), it's easy to get myopic and think Microsoft has left mobile, but that's really not looking at the big picture and where MS is placing the majority of its bets.
  • U are drowning in the cool aid.
    MS have done, and are still, ignoring their own phone platform in favor of others to the point of contempt.
    You must be new here.
  • Did you read my post about StaffHub? I was not making up the part about what they said in regards to a Windows app.  I'm a developer and those words came straight from a rep and in their own tech community responses.
  • @TennisGuy45, Jason Ward also wrote in one of his articles here about being disappointed when he visited Microsoft and the person he was talking with didn't even know what Continuum was. There are deffinitely a lot of negatives and many at MS are not participating in the big vision. But again, if you look at where MS is spending hundreds of millions to billions and what their big technology development areas are -- where they're placing their big financial and strategic bets -- they are on ARM and mobile. Maybe that doesn't exactly mean "Windows Phone" as we know it today, but it clearly means mobile. I suspect the reason for the lack of effort on today's Windows Phone users is sort of the obvious one: people working on specific projects at Microsoft are motivated to get those done and be as successful as possible. MS has a long culture of internal competitiveness (which is changing, but it still lingers). If you're on a team working on an app primarily for mobile users, you want users and there are virtually none on Windows Phone, so your focus will be on Android and iOS. So, yeah, I totally agree that MS should mandate that EVERY app that comes out of MS that runs on mobile also works on Windows Phone, but their focus isn't on those small potatoes in the near term (maybe it should be), but rather on the long term play to get back into mobile. MS apparently doesn't appear to think missing some small apps now or losing users to other platforms will affect their long term success, as long as their ecosystem for mobile users (Office, Cortana, OneDrive, PC users, etc.) remains strong. I think I disagree with this and would like to see them maintain their current mobile users, but I would also acknowledge that their stratigy is a valid one and may be correct. Certainly Blackberry's and MS' own prior domination and then loss in mobile support Microsoft's current strategy -- whoever has the best solution will take over the market, regardless of how small the starting position.
  • Yes they did make it clear that mobile is vital....that does not mean windows mobile....that means services on mobile.  Exactly what we are seeing now.....ms on Android and iOS 
  • @Steve Adams, I think you are right that services on all mobile platforms is a critical objective to Microsoft. However, there are many other major bets and strategic initiatives that could not be explained by that as the sole or final objective. For example, UWP, Continuum, the Windows Store, One Core, Windows on Arm, these are all major investments and bets Microsoft is placing on its own mobile platform. In fact, if you look at these taken together with your point about Microsoft's goal of services on all platforms, the strategy seems to be recognizing that the USERS are on other mobile platforms, so to win them to a future mobile Windows, it is necessary to get them using MS services on those other platforms. If an Android user were 100% invested in the Google ecosystem, it would be much tougher to win them over to a mobile Windows, but an Android user with files on OneDrive, documents created in Office, who uses Cortana loses nothing (except currently access to apps) in moving to Windows. To further cement this strategy, Microsoft is working to make the UI and services consistent between Windows on any platform for the same reasons -- so that using a Mobile Windows is not a change or something that requires a big decision. It's just using the same Windows and servcies that you already know, that are already helping you suceed and prosper in your life.
  • Actually it is not dead. It is simply becomming one more Win 10 platform. Keep your eye on it.
  • I think so, but that's just a guess.
  • My eyes can't believe that beauty. Wishing Nokia with SD 835 and W10m for Easter 🐣 like new resurrection.
  • What a price after year and so.. 🥇 🏆 I've got mine for 250€ 6 m/ago. If Mcrsft lunch 950 again it would be sold out. W10m is getting better and better, shame on apps Mcrsft policy.
  • don't know why all stupid rumours, about won't be selling any more Lumias, cut the crap, 950 and 950 XL are two of the best Windows Phones out there no doubt, after those two comes the Alcatel 4s
  • What about the HP Elite x3?
  • 399 $ for a 950? 499 $ for the 950 XL ...why? Why are these phones still so expensive. These are not iPhones.....
  • you have a choice, you can go another merchant like Ebay and Amazon and grab it cheaper but won't have that manufacturer's warranty, simple.
  • Piss off, why would they want to be iShit??? These phones are NOT expensive. Get over it, or go to Samesung.
  • No, better than iPxxx
  • Believe it or not, the hardware inside of these devices are quite valuable...
  • Shame that there is no OS or software to make good use of it
  • LMAO. So Nutella is trying to dump more stock of these AFTER he has passed off its support to some third party that doesnt even know these phones exist?? And this is EXACTLY why this loser of a CEO has to go NOW. The only thing that will happen with this tactic is some uninformed shlub will purchase one, need support, get pointed to that mess that has no clue, and piss the customer off to the point that they wouldn't try Windows 10 Mobile if it was free.
  • Tbh right now i cant see anywhere forward with this platform. Wp7 was to me the cutting edge, apps started getting developed. Then wp8 in which the apps didn't work so had to be done again, then 8.1 where apps didn't work again and then everyone started to give up. No matter how you look at it, how can this be something you like right now? Yes its windows, yes its a Microsoft product, yes I love them both but I don't like how this has ended up with the money and time we have all spent with the platform. Wp7 brought so many amazing features but most vanished, the live tiles that everyone loved got killed off now most have a useless tiles. The ME tile was an amazing one stop shop for me and that got killed off. Groups got killed off too. The things I loved have all but gone and now left with a half baked system that on my handset keeps crashing
  • I kind of miss the me tile...The hub!
  • I've had them all and am very happy with my 950XL Dual SIMM
  • Wish some of this was on Verizon...buutttt....no dice. (sigh)
  • I'm surprised that the prices are that high. I bought our Lumia 950s for 300 euros each not that long ago. I suppose limited availability makes them more valuable?
  • "Lumias remain sold out in the UK store"
    Me: "I have a Windows Phone"
    Literally everyone else I've ever met: "WTF is a Windows Phone?"
  • Man am I tired of explaining to everyone why I don't have this or that on my phone.  Then they say: "Of course you have it... get it on the Play Store..." Then I go: "I can't, you see, because this phone is a ..........". Their response: "I hope that you company pays for that and not you". To save face and not say that I shelled out almost a thousand dollars (CAD) for this... I lie... "Yeah, the company pays for it..."
  • yup
  • 950XL is out of stock.
  • I was at the Microsoft Store yesterday and the only phone they carried was the HP X3. Looks like all the store sent the stock to the online Warehouse to sell it completely.
  • Why would anybody want them? They should try giving them away
  • They wouldn't be restocking unless there was some type of demand!
  • Because they are outstanding devices - I love my 950XL Dual SIMM
  • It's a WP, LMAO.
  • 950XL Dual SIMM is a great device.
  • Who is buying these **** from MS