Microsoft has begun selling a new configuration for its distribution Surface Go a tablet that was hitherto exclusive to Costco in the United States. The model features enhanced recording of a top-notch model, but the in-entrance device memory.
Even though it is available from the Microsoft Store, it is still sold in the US already and we do not yet know whether Microsoft will bring this model to other markets.
Microsoft wants $ 499 This tablet version, located between 4GB memory and 64GB eMMC solid state drive (SSD) and top-level model, doubles the number of both. That price gets a bit more tasty combination of just fine 4GB memory and a much better 128GB SSD than the baseline model.
In addition, it is important to note that the 64GB eMMC SSD used in the Surface Go is much slower than the standard 128GB SSD. So you get a bit faster version, which is also larger, a little less.
Based on the relative pricing of other models, we expect the model price to be around EUR 470 or EUR 750 if it arrives in the United Kingdom and Australia.
However, if you look at this configuration, you're only $ 50 (in the US) away from the most powerful and functional version of Surface Go – from time to time, you might want to save a month or two of the best versions of the tablet.
Of course, there are no additional accessories, so give a minimum of $ 99 ($ 99, $ 149) so that it is a real price with the Type Cover keyboard and the other $ 99 (£ 99, AU $ 139) if you want to add Surface Pen. So even if this new configuration looks interesting at first glance, you should think hard before clicking that "buy" button.