New Microsoft Surface Go is Lighter in Your Hands and On Your Wallet

Microsoft’s new Surface Go is definitely taking its name to heart. That is to say, the device is breathlessly portable. Just how portable, you ask? Weighing in at a mere 1.15 pounds, the Surface Go is 10″ in size, and 8.3mm thin. It’s also Microsoft’s most affordable Surface yet, starting at AUD $599. Meanwhile, that’s all joined by the same tier of quality and functionality that fans have come to expect from the range. Indeed, it’s never been easier to take your 2-1 device on the go, hence the name.

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From the new Surface Go, expect a custom-built, high-resolution 3:2 PixelSense Display, which delivers vibrant contrast and a softness that won’t pulverise your eyeballs. Naturally, the screen supports Surface Pen and its 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity. Under the skin is a 7th Generation Intel Pentium Gold Processor 4415Y in a fanless design. The device is also good for up to nine hours of battery life at a time.

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Built for travel, the Surface Go offers swift 2-1 functionality. When in laptop mode, the device is joined by a keyboard that’s ergonomic, optimal and precise. Also featured is a Windows Precision Trackpad, which supports five-point multi-finger gestures. If you’re more of a mouse man, you’re free to connect the Surface Mobile Mouse to the device, and then click accordingly. Meanwhile, you’ll have access to a full suite of apps, including Office.

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Giving the Surface Go some physical support is a built-in kickstand with full friction hinge. Ensuring a secure sign-in is facial recognition by way of a Windows Hello camera. The device is also equipped with a USB-C 3.1 port, a headphone jack, and a MicroSD card reader. Use it as either a laptop or a tablet, and expect a tremendously swift experience. And it all comes in at the lowest price yet. Pre-order yours today.

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