What you need to know
- The Surface Go 3 with LTE just launched in Europe.
- The model with LTE runs on an Intel Core i3 processor and has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
- You can order the Surface Go 3 with LTE in black or platinum for €779 or £649.
Microsoft's Surface Go 3 with LTE is now available in Europe. The small and portable 2-in-1 was refreshed with LTE earlier this year, but at the time it was only available in the United States. Now, people in European markets can purchase a model of the Surface Go 3 with 4G LTE connectivity.
The LTE model of the Surface Go 3 is the most expensive variant of the device. That higher price comes from two factors. First, LTE is only an option for the Surface Go 3 with an Intel Core i3 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. Second, adding LTE adds to the price. In the UK, the Surface Go 3 with LTE (£649) is £80 more than the Wi-Fi-only model through the Microsoft Store. On Amazon, the Surface Go 3 with LTE (€779) is €80 more than the model that only has Wi-Fi.
If you don't care about LTE, there are still new options to check out when it comes to the Surface Go 3. The tablet is now available in black.
Thanks to its small form factor and design, the Surface Go 3 is one of the best Windows tablets. It's a solid choice for students and professionals that need to get work done on the go. It's not as powerful as its larger sibling, the Surface Pro 8, but it is easier to fit into a bag. It also has a lower starting cost.
It appears that the Surface Go 3 with LTE is rolling out across various European sites today, so you might not see the option to purchase it right away. At the time of publication, the LTE version of the Surface Go 3 is available in the UK and Germany.
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