You can now buy the HTC Surround (AT&T), the Samsung Focus (AT&T) and the HTC HD7 (T-Mobile), as well as the Dell Venue Pro directly from Microsoft's stores. As soon as you get one of these precious devices and get to know them a little bit better, inform us what are your first impressions of your handset and Windows Phone 7 in general. Your feedback will be greatly appreciated by us and by everyone else intersted in the new Microsoft platform.
Don't forget that in order to make the big day even sweeter, Microsoft gives away a 3-month free Zune pass if you buy a Windows Phone 7-powered device from its stores (that saves you $45), just to make your general experience with the new mobile OS better. For now, Microsoft's new platform is up and running, but it will be in a few weeks time – after the initial sales in the US are known - that it will be clear how the Windows Phone 7 OS is faring on global scale.