Microsoft Surface Go specs

Microsoft Surface Go is smallest, lightest, and most affordable Surface model ever released. It has made headlines lately as the company’s “low-cost Surface”. In this article, we will talk about Surface Go specs, price and the release date.

Microsoft Surface Go specifications

  • It features a 10-inch 3: 2 aspect 1800 x 1200 display with 216 PPI.
  • Supports up to 4,096 levels of pressure.
  • Powered by Intel Pentium Gold 4415Y clocked at 1.6GHz and Intel HD 615 is included for graphics.
  • Comes in 4GB of RAM and 8GB RAM options.
  • Available in three storage options – 64GB eMMC, 128GB and 256GB SSD.
  • It features a 5MP front-facing camera with Windows Hello, 8MP rear auto-focus rear camera, rounded corners and fanless design.
  • Ports: 1x USB-C 3.1, microSD (up to 1TB), Surface Connect, headphone jack.
  • Supports Dolby Audio Premium, Windows Hello and Surface Pen.
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.1.
  • It weighs 1.15 lbs (0.52 kg) without keyboard and 1.7lbs (0.77 kg) with keyboard.
  • Battery up to 9 hours.
  • Available in Magnesium colour.
  • Starts at $399 plus $99 for optional keyboard or $129 for an optional keyboard with Alcantara.

Microsoft Surface Go Price

The device will go on sale on August 2 and can be pre-ordered for $399. The new Type Covers will cost an extra $9.

Microsoft will also sell the special-edition Alcantara version of the keyboard which is priced at $129.

Microsoft Surface Go Release Date

The device will go on sale on August 2. It can be pre-ordered in the US, Canada, UK Australia, New Zealand, UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Poland, Italy, Portugal, and Spain.

It’s coming to China, Japan, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand and Hong Kong in a few weeks.

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