Microsoft retail stores now carrying demo units of the Lumia 950, 950 XL, Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book
Microsoft has started promoting its latest offerings, with retail stores across the US and Canada now stocking demo units of the Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL, Surface Pro 4, Surface Book and the Microsoft Band 2.
If you're interested in the recently unveiled products, you can swing by the retail store closest to your location and take a look at what's on offer. Be sure to also check out our extensive coverage of all the latest from Microsoft.
What product(s) are you guys most interested in picking up?
- Lumia 950
- Lumia 950 XL
- Surface Pro 4
- Surface Book
- Microsoft Band 2
Thanks Christopher for the images, and thaman04!
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Harish Jonnalagadda is a Senior Editor overseeing Asia for Android Central, Windows Central's sister site. When not reviewing phones, he's testing PC hardware, including video cards, motherboards, gaming accessories, and keyboards.
I'm really waiting that phone, I want to hold it in my hands, compare it by my 1520, then decide buy or not
If I'm gonna buy, will go for the DS version for sure
Daniel indicated that the 950XL still had some heat issues as the 930 did.
Barely out of the event venue.
What's going to happen in daily use.
Hope it's a similar situation here.
I was concerned it would feel and be as big as the 1520, but this is slightly smaller and has a good handle. I am totally convinced with the 950XL!
Asus is more likely though.
People still go to stores to window shop, even if they buy online. This is another thing for Microsoft to fix.
A bad review, which will affect the hype for the phone, and ultimately the marketability of the phone. Imo, demo units are out to show off how good the phone is on "pen and paper" while holding back it's real-world performance tests so that people would wonder how good are those phones really, so this could maintain people's interest to it. It's a basic marketing strategy, really.