Microsoft's Surface Go sits among its most portable tablets yet, packing signature features of the premium line in a reduced form factor. Its 10-inch display makes this an ideal solution for on-the-go productivity, paired with a tough aluminum body for a sleek finish.
As with any portable device, a sturdy case provides extra protection against drops, bumps, and scratches. And despite its recent debut, a growing range of Surface Go cases are on the market from third-parties. One Windows Central forum user asked our community for picks on the best Go cases.
We want to hear your thoughts on the topic. Team Windows Central recently wrapped up its top cases, highlighting the UAG Metropolis Series and Kensington Black Belt among our top picks. If you own a Surface Go, drop into the linked forum thread and share your favorite case for the device so far.
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