Microsoft will launch a range of children’s suits at the end of the year, in a bid to boost sales of the new range of suits.
The company is also making its first children’s range in collaboration with the charity Children’s Foundation of America, according to a report by The Telegraph.
Microsoft will make its first-ever children’s line in partnership with Children’s foundationThe new Microsoft Children’s Suit line will be launched in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, India and Japan and will be available on the company’s online store, as well as through select retailers such as Levi’s, Zara, H&M, and Gap.
The suit is the company first foray into children’s products, with Microsoft launching the Microsoft Childrens Kids Suit line last year.
Microsoft is also set to introduce a range that will be aimed at younger children, in collaboration the US Children’s Hospital and Children’s Alliance, according the Telegraph.
The Microsoft Children Suit line is available on Amazon for $49.99 and will have a range price of $129.99.
It will also feature the new Microsoft Surface Pro 4 tablet, a $249.99 keyboard, a full-size mouse and other peripherals.
Microsoft also said it will offer a new children’s fitness product called Microsoft Fitness, which will be on sale from the end.