What you need to know
- Toast unveiled a wooden cover for the Surface Go 2.
- The cover is made out of real wood.
- You can also purchase a trackpad surround or tablet front that goes around your screen.
Toast unveiled its wooden covers for the Surface Go 2. You can purchase a cover for the back and kickstand of the device or a cover that surrounds your trackpad. You can also grab a tablet front that wraps around your Surface Go 2's screen.
Our executive editor Daniel Rubino is a big fan of Toast. He's reviewed Toast's wood cover for the Surface Laptop, Surface Go, and many other devices. Several of Toast's products have earned a 5/5 thanks to their unique look, build quality, variety of wood options, and level of protection. As the Surface Go has a similar design to the original Surface Go, his review of Toast's cover should give you a great idea of how the wooden covers will look.
Toast is a unique covering manufacturer. The people at Toast use real wood, which comes with the natural look, smell, and texture of wood. You can choose from different materials, including Walnut, Bamboo, Rosewood, and more.
In his review of Toast's cover for the Surface Go, Rubino called it "A premium, gorgeous way to protect your Surface Go."
The tablet wood cover costs $49 and the tablet trackpad surround costs $19. The tablet wood cover also has an option to add a cut out Windows logo, or a custom design for an additional cost.
This cover for the Surface Go 2 wraps your Surface in real wood to add protection and a unique look.
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