If you've checked out our Surface Go review (and if you haven't you really should), you'll know that we're pretty fond of it. It's not perfect, but as far as small Windows machines go, it's one of the best we've seen in a long old time.
But not everyone is convinced, as the latest thread in the Windows Central forums points out.
Much of this is subjective. Sure, the price for the 128GB model can get fairly high, especially if you factor in the keyboard and the pen. But Surface has also never been about producing "cheap" products. The Surface Go is merely the most affordable part of the family, and potentially something to reinvigorate the tablet market.
The Surface Go will inevitably be compared to the iPad and Chromebooks, because those are similarly priced and have similar users in mind in many cases. Education and casual PC are but two use cases, and while all have their advantages, Surface Go has the strength of also being a Windows 10 PC.
But just because a bunch of people on the internet love it, that doesn't necessarily spell success. What do you think of the Go so far? Is it destined for failure, or for success? Hit the forums thread below and join the conversation.
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