Releasing hardware is hard. No matter how good the quality control, there will always be a subset of issues that presents itself to some folks buying the latest hot new device.
And our latest forums discussion surrounds the new Surface Go and its touchscreen.
This doesn't appear, at least not yet, to be a hugely widespread issue. Indeed, reviewers haven't been speaking of it, and many of the Windows Central team already have a Surface Go and haven't seen any problems, either.
Ultimately if you're seeing a problem with your Surface Go, then you should return it and get a replacement immediately. No product is faultless and there will, sadly, be defects that slip through the cracks.
Nevertheless, some folks in our forums are having issues, and if that sounds like you, be sure to drop by and let us know what's going on, and what you did about it.
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