The Surface Go 2 brings a number of rather significant improvements over the original Surface Go, making it an easy recommendation. However, you might just be able to snag a great deal on a Go with bundled accessories.
Specs recently leaked online that are allegedly for the Surface Go 2. If accurate, the specs show that the Surface Go 2 would receive a significant bump for its internal hardware, including an Intel Core m3 variant.
Add the 128GB 8GB Surface Go tablet, then you can add a type cover for just $50. Can also add some other optional stuff that helps you save. The tablet becomes a full fledged laptop with the type cover.
Kensington's new SD6000 Surface Go Docking Station is likely too expensive for regular consumers, but as a mobile solution for businesses, stores, kiosks, and hotels the SD6000 is an excellent option that makes the Surface Go infinitely more useful. Here's what you need to know about the SD6000.
One of our writers, Brendan, also happens to be a full-time university student. After receiving a Surface Go over the holidays and putting it to use during his first week of classes, he thinks it's the perfect device for students. Here's why.
Brydge took the wraps off of some new keyboard accessories for Surface devices today. Set to release later this year, you'll find new laptop-style keyboards for Surface Pro X, Surface Pro 7, and Surface Go, along with a new wireless desktop keyboard and trackpad.
Looking to save a few bucks on a new Surface Go? This Cyber Monday, Microsoft is selling the entry-level Surface Go for just $299, which is $100 off the usual price of $399. If you've been waiting for the Surface Go to drop in price, now is the time to pounce as it likely won't go lower any time soon!
If you've been interested in getting a Surface Go but didn't want to shell out full price for the top tier model, we've got some good news for you. For the Cyber Monday and Black Friday weekend, Amazon has the top-end Surface Go, with 8GB RAM and 128GB SSD for £399, the same price that the entry-level model usually costs.
The Surface Pro X is the thinnest Pro model to date, and it's powered by an ARM Microsoft SQ1 processor. How does it compare to the ultraportable Surface Go? We break things down to help you decide which is your next device.