Earlier this month Microsoft unveiled the Surface Go – its new lost-cost tablet aimed at education and enterprise. While retaining the features that define the Surface line, this device offers a more compact and more affordable 10-inch design starting at $399.
While Microsoft is positioning the Surface Go as a device for education, a number of unanswered questions still remain. While Surface is synonymous with premium hardware, the device still has hurdles to overcome. Not only is competition in the education market fierce – Apple and Google already have established solutions widely adopted across the world. This, among other issues, was made a topic of discussion on the Windows Central forum, with one user unsure if the tablet can succeed.
As always, we want your thoughts on the topic. Will Surface Go succeed in the education space? If not, where is the Surface Go best suited? Drop into the forum thread linked below with your thoughts.
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