The Surface Go is Microsoft's latest in its innovative tablet line, shrinking the form factor down for extra portability. In our review, we found that the Surface Go punches above its weight, representing tremendous value at $400.
With Surface Go's availability expanding to more markets, we're wondering what your early impressions have been so far.
Forum user wolfpack219 shared some of their initial impressions on our Surface forums.
I have a shiny Surface Go, and so far, I'm a big fan. In fact, most people I've spoken to seem to highly rate the pint-sized PC. I'm intrigued to learn more about how it handles gaming in such a portable form factor. I'd also love to read about your experiences, so jump in the forum thread and let us know!
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