Microsoft might not ever release a new version of the Microsoft Band wearable, ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley said recently. The company is expected to introduce new products as early as next month, including a possible Surface all-in-one desktop computer, but wearables aren’t on the upgrade menu right now.

Foley said she has been digging around and has so far concluded that either Microsoft is stopping the Microsoft Band family with the Microsoft Band 2, launched last year, or simply not launching a Band 3 anytime soon.

“We continue to invest and innovate in the Microsoft Health platform, which is open to all hardware and apps partners across Windows, iOS, and Android devices,” Microsoft told Foley in a statement. “We also continue to sell Microsoft Band 2 and remain deeply committed to supporting our customers and exploring the wearables space.”

Microsoft’s Band 2 was a solid product, but it hasn’t done a very good job distinguishing itself from other products on the market that offer similar capabilities. Perhaps we’ll see a new one if Microsoft can figure out a way to do that.