Microsoft has just recently launched a new Surface-branded device, called the Surface Go priced at USD $399.
The firm is targeting Chromebook users and Apple iPad users with the device that starts at $399. The tablet is a 10-inch touchscreen tablet that at first look, resembles a smaller Surface Pro or Surface 4.
However, Microsoft has assured its marketing materials that it reevaluated the tablet’s size, design, weight and other elements in order to make it more portable and user-friendly for various types of people who work on the go.
The Surface Go features an Intel Pentium Gold processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of eMMC storage. There is another model of the Surface Go available however in 8GB of RAM with 128GB SSD storage for $549.
Both versions work with the USD $99 Surface Pen and they come with a USB-C (non-Thunderbolt) port, a Surface Connect port, and a micro SD expansion slot under the kickstand.