During E3 week, it’s easy to forget that there’s a whole other world outside of videogames. Videogame fans are so inundated with videogame news, reveals, and debut trailers that other significant tech announcements can totally slip under the radar. For example: the Apple Watch is now available at the Apple Store.

It took Apple a moment to recover from the Apple Watch’s successful launch, but now that they’re caught up with the backlog of orders, they’re offering the wearable in their brick-and-mortar stores. You even get a fancy white bag for buying one.

You can still reserve an Apple Watch online and then go try it on at the Apple Store, which may be a smart idea considering that the store may not have the band that you want. The watches start at $349, so you want to be sure you’re getting exactly what you want.

Right now, the Apple Watch is available in stores in countries where the watch first launched back in April, so that means: the US, Canada, Australia, France, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Germany, and the UK. On June 26, the watch will launch in Italy, Mexico, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, South Korea, and Taiwan.

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