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|0.54 lb / 0.24 kg
|Dimensions (L x W x H)
|9.8 x 7.5 x 0.1" / 24.9 x 19.1 x 0.3 cm
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
|10.6 x 8.8 x 3.6"
|0.04" / 1 mm
|Dedicated Multimedia Keys
|Built-In Control Device
Microsoft’s Surface Go is a high-quality compact tablet available at a low price. However, do not be fooled by its price if you intend to use the tablet as a full-fledged laptop. In this case, the additional accessories will quickly add up.
premium quality materials, perfectly made case, very robust chassis, no thermal throttling, bright high-contrast display, very low DeltaE 2000 deviations, high color space coverage, no clouding, microSD card reader, decent battery life, silent
low in internal storage (64 GB), just one USB-C port, PWM, expensive accessories
The new Microsoft Surface Go is the perfect size for casual coffee-shop computing, but getting the full experience quickly drives up the price.
The Surface Go delivers Microsoft's great Surface design and accessories at a lower price and in a smaller size.
The Pentium processor isn't suited for all tasks. A keyboard cover is a must-have add-on but still sold separately. And you'll probably want to pay extra for more storage and RAM, too. Battery life is lacking for a go-anywhere PC.
“The Surface Go successfully shrinks Microsoft’s stellar design, but it’s not for everyone.”
The Microsoft Surface Go is an attractive computer with a great display. This sets the standard for affordable 2-in-1s, but it should have come with a keyboard.
Attractive with strong build quality, Bright, vivid display, Affordable starting price
Short battery life, Doesn’t come with keyboard
So much for being an iPad Pro killer.
Excellent build quality, Sharp, bright display, Windows Hello support, Built-in microSD card slot
Sluggish performance, Janky touchscreen for some apps like Chrome, Keyboard and stylus sold separately, Huge, thick bezels around display
The Surface Go sits in a somewhat interesting segment of the market. The base model has a price that’s low enough to be considered a value proposition, but like all value devices, there’s compromise to get there.
The Surface Go is not without its issues, but slap on a keyboard and it’s a genuine gamechanger
Microsoft Surface Go review: Surface Go should be seen an affordable on-the-go computing device for those who like to read and write...
It's tiny, gorgeous, and more productive than an iPad or other cheap PC.
The CPU is still pretty underwhelming.
A surprise hit, the Surface Go is a brilliant machine for those who seek a highly portable work companion
Excellent keyboard, Superb screen, Well-priced
Performance can be slow at times, Battery life isn't as good as iPad Pro
As a photographer who travels a lot, the Surface Go is a great travel computer with plenty of power and storage. I certainly wouldnt replace my desktop with it, but its great for packing light and uploading my pictures until I return home.
The Surface Go is great as a secondary device that's easy to take around with you pretty much anywhere. It's perfectly sufficient for basic productivity on the go (with the typecover), for media consumption like youtube and Netflix, and for touchscreen specific tasks that a desktop or larger...
It took me a while to get started cause of all the updates but it's fine now
This tablet PC doesnt come with the fancy accessories and wont be a full laptop replacement, but it does exactly what its designed to do. This thing is amazing for travel; just the right size and feel. The touchscreen, storage capacity and build quality are amazing for this price point.
I love Microsoft surface! I have a surface pro 3 that I have had since 2014 and I love it. I wanted something smaller, lightweight, and a bit more like a tablet and that’s exactly what the surface go did for me. I cannot tell you how pleased I am that Microsoft made the surface go!
Much faster than the previous Surface 3 but battery life is not great. Probably due high performance processor.
I've been waiting for a machine like this. I have a nice laptop so I couldn't justify the Surface Pro 6, but with the size and price of the Surface Go with LTE, I could justify the investment, and now I can be connected in public and not worry about the public WiFi networks.
I use it at a secondary device to my Surface Book 2. Other than the mediocre battery life (which must improve on the 2nd Gen version) it has met my expectations!
I don't think this would make a good tablet as the apps available are limited compared to iOS and Android devices, but it does make a great little computer for a kid or someone who does a lot of traveling and doesn't want a bulky laptop weighing them down.
I love this Surface Go. I love that it is so portable and lightweight. It fits in my purse! I love that it has all of the Windows programs I need for work: Outlook, Excel, and Word. I synced it up with one drive and accessed everything I need from the office to my Surface Go. All I need is wifi.