Microsoft Surface Go tablet | Specifications | Price | Features
Microsoft has just announced the Surface Go, a $399 tablet aimed at education.
The cheaper Surface tablet was rumoured to have been around for almost two months, and now, the Surface Go is finally here. The tablet is targeted at the educational market and the price is capped at $399, it’s the 10-inch tablet which is vowing to make a change in the market.
Microsoft says that it’s embracing a sort of hybrid market with the Surface Go.
Specifications of Microsoft surface Go
Like most modern devices, it shoots for being good at work and play.
- Weigh: The Surface Go weighs in at just 1.15 pounds.
- Display: 10-inch PixelSense (1800×1200) display, meaning that it’s very portable, and of course, you can snap on a keyboard to get some work done.
Microsoft surface Go Processor
- 6W dual-core (hyperthreaded) chip that’s built on the 14nm Kaby Lake architecture, and it should be clocked at 1.6GHz.
The body of Microsoft Surface Go is made of magnesium, and this is same for all other microsoft surface products.
Does the Microsoft surface go come with USB ports?
The Surface Go device to not include a USB Type-A port. All you’ll get is USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C, Surface Connect, a micro-SD card reader, and a 3.5mm audio jack. It also comes with a 4G LTE model.
Microsoft surface Go RAM and Memory
Memory : 4GB or 8GB of 1866MHz LPDDR3 RAM, along with 64GB eMMC, or 128GB SSD.
Microsoft surface Go Camera
Camera : It has an IR camera on the front and stereo speakers for Dolby Audio Premium speakers.
The colors of the microsoft surface go in the market
There’s the regular black one that’s made of polyurethane, and then of course, there are the Alcantara ones that come in Burgundy, Platinum, and Cobalt Blue. The black one will cost $99, while the Alcantara Type Covers will be $129.
How much is the Microsoft surface Go
Pricing in the U.S. is $399 for 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, or $549 for 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. For commercial customers, it’s $50 more. Consumers will receive the device with Windows 10 Home in S mode, while commercial customers will have the option for Windows 10 Pro.