Microsoft just launched a 10 inches’ new tablet called Surface Go with the price of $399. The device is run by Windows 10 and surprisingly it has the same features as the Surface Pro has but is cheaper, lighter, and to some extent, prettier.
The new Surface Go said to be the thinnest Surface ever comes with a 3:2 screen with 1800 x 1200pixel resolution. It featured with Pentium Gold 4415Y processor, 4 or 8GB of RAM while the storage solutions are 64 GB eMMC or 128 GB SSD. By the way, Microsoft currently offers the Surface Go in Wi-Fi-only flavor with LTE version coming “later this year”. Oh, one more thing is that the weight of the new Surface Go is not more than 530 grams. Sounds great, isn’t it?
Furthermore, the Surface Go will come with Windows S means there are only Edge browser and Microsoft Store for downloads. But no worries, you can also update to the full Windows 10. Despite that Microsoft also will be offering a few wonderful accessories for the new tablet. For instance, a wireless mouse for $35, a $99 Type Cover, and the Surface Pen which will cost $99.
The pre-order for the device is live now following the delivery time in August. Oh, by the way, remember that the regular variant of Surface Go will cost $399 while for the 8/128 GB variant you need to pay $549.