Microsoft Unveils The Surface Go
Microsoft has unveiled a 10 inch Surface tablet called the Surface Go with pricing starting at $399.
Microsoft has been on a roll when it comes to their latest Surface products. For starters, the new Surface Go appears to be designed beautifully. The general consciences are the Surface Go was created to compete with the 10 inch iPad and budget Chromebooks. The only problem is you will have to spend more than $399 for the complete Surface Go experience.
The backlit keyboard is sold separately for $99. The surface Stylus/pen is also sold separately for $99. The matching colored mouse is sold separately for $35. If my math is correct you will end up spending $632 for the complete Surface Go experience.
4GB or 8GB RAM
Intel Pentium Gold Processor 4415Y CPU
10-inch, 1,800×1,200 display
64GB eMMC storage, or 128GB/256GB SSD storage
5MP Windows Hello face sign-in camera
8MP rear-facing, autofocus camera
USB-C, microSD card, and headphone inputs
One thing the Surface Go has over Chromebooks and iPad’s is it’s a real computer. Having a fully functioning Window 10 running is an advantage other devices of similar size do not have.
The Surface Go will be available to order August 2, 2018.