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Chime in: Is Microsoft Surface Go good without a keyboard?

The 10-inch Surface Go is perfect for productivity on-the-move, sporting unrivaled portability among Microsoft's premium hardware line. While doubling as a full-fledged PC, its form factor, touchscreen, and inking support all establish a strong foundation for tablet users. However, with Windows 10's tablet-focused features in a rough state, the experience still isn't perfect.

As detailed in our review of Surface Go as a tablet, the official keyboard vastly improves the experience. While the hardware is among the best on the market, you can't ignore software limitations. We recently kicked off a thread on the Windows Central forums, asking for your Surface Go tablet opinions.

Hey hey. So one of the biggest questions I had before buying Surface Go was how I'd like using it as a tablet, without a keyboard. I kind of thought I knew the answer, but I wasn't sure. It's a great size and weight for a tablet. But ... the tablet experience on Windows is, to put it nicely, lacking. After using it for a couple of weeks, I pretty much feel exactly the same way I thought I would....

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As always, we want to hear from you. Does Surface Go function as a capable tablet in your life? Or are there issues that should be addressed? Drop into the forum thread linked below with your thoughts and what you'd like to see changed.

From the forums: Your experience using Surface Go as a tablet?

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Matt Brown is a senior editor at Future for Windows Central. Following six years of professional consumer technology and gaming coverage, he’s focused on the world of Xbox and Windows PCs. You can follow him on Twitter @mattjbrown.