Microsoft just unveiled the Surface Go, a pint-sized portable PC with a pile of style and affordability. Starting at just $399, it will be the cheapest available Surface when it starts rolling out in the coming months. For everything you need to know about the Surface Go, head over to here. The real question is, though, when can you buy one of these?
The Surface Go will hit 35 markets by October 2018, making it one of the most rapidly available Surface devices in recent memory (which historically hit the US first, then trickle out to other territories later).
Microsoft is taking pre-orders for the Surface Go starting July 10 in 25 countries. Those pre-ordering in these locations will be able to grab the device on August 2, 2018.
- New Zealand
- Hong Kong
Japan will be able to get in on the action beginning July 11, 2018, followed by Singapore and Korea on August 2, and in China on August 8. The release dates for these locations is unknown at this time.
Surface Go will be available for pre-order in Middle East territories on September 12, 2018:
- Saudi Arabia
India gets in on the action starting October 2, 2018.
Preorders are currently available at the Microsoft Store starting at $399.
Head to the links below for more information on the Surface Go, and let us know in the comments if you're going to pick one up.
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