Trying to decide between the Surface Laptop Go and Surface Go 2? Check out our comparison chart, including pros and cons, and how each device differs. Are you looking for a laptop or tablet? Here's everything you need to know.
The Surface Go 2 and Surface Pro 7 are excellent tablets from Microsoft, but which should you choose? That depends on what you need from a Windows tablet and we're here to help you make the right decision.
I was a huge fan of the first Surface Go when it launched in the summer of 2018. A small, compact Windows PC that was both premium built and easy on the wallet. I loved the form factor and didn't find the Intel Pentium GOLD that powered everything to be much of an issue. Surface Go was remarkably close to being my all-time favorite Surface PC, and Surface Go 2 pushes it over the edge.
The Surface Go 2 fixes many of the wrongs with the original Surface Go including a much faster Core m3 processor, thinner bezels, larger display, and modern networking. Unfortunately, the only model people should buy if they plan to use the Surface Go regularly is the more expensive one at $629.
The Surface Go 2 just started shipping and heading to stores today, and it already has its first firmware updates. There are two updates available, both of which are said to improve connection reliability.
Do you have any questions about Microsoft's slate of new Surface devices? Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden are going live at 1 PM ET to answer all of your burning questions about Surface Go 2, Surface Book 3, Surface Headphones 2, and more.
The Surface Go 2 comes to markets globally starting May 12th. We've been spending the last day with the new ultra-portable PC with the updated Core m3 processor and LTE. Here are some early benchmarks, how it compares to the original Surface Go, and some other things we've noticed.
It's new Surface hardware day! Microsoft has unveiled several new Surface products that are set to start shipping as soon as next week, and pack numerous improvements to Microsoft's low-end and high-end product lines. Here are all the announcements you need to know about.
Microsoft has unveiled the next version of its popular Surface Go product line, featuring a larger 10.5-inch display and a more powerful Intel Core m3 option for customers who need it. The Surface Go 2, as it is officially known, still starts at its hallmark price of $399 and is compatible with previous generation accessories, as the overall size and design of the product is identical to the original Surface Go.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Daniel reviews the Dell XPS 13 (9300) and explains why it's the perfect 13-inch Ultrabook. There are some leaks to support rumors a re-designed XPS 15 will follow suit. Zac provides details on a new Windows 10 build for Slow ring insiders. In one of this week's major stories, Windows 10X and Surface...
We're expecting a spring Surface event in the coming weeks, and some retailer listings might have provided a preview of what to expect. A Surface Dock 2 appears to be in the cards, along with some intriguing listings that might be the Surface Book 3 and Surface Go 2.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Microsoft will hold a press event at Mobile World Congress later this month. Daniel and Zac speculate on what announcements may be forthcoming. They also talk about the movement away from UWP to web apps and why it isn't bad news. All that, and more.