Microsoft began selling a new configuration of its division Surface Go a tablet that has so far been exclusive to Costco in the United States. The model features improved storage of high-end models, but memory for the input level of the device.
Although it is available in the Microsoft store, it is currently on sale in the US, and we do not yet know if Microsoft plans to bring this model to other markets.
Microsoft wants $ 499 for this tablet version, located between the initial 4GB configuration and the 64GB eMMC SSD and the highest-end model, with a doubled amount of both. This price gives you a slightly more favorable combination of real 4GB of memory and much better 128GB SSD compared to the start-up model.
Plus, it's important to note that the 64GB eMMC SSD used in Surface Go is considerably slower than the 128GB SSD standard format. So, you get a slightly faster version that is also spacious, a little less.
Based on the relative price of other models, we expected this model to be estimated at around £ 470 or $ 750 if it arrives in the United Kingdom and Australia.
However, if you're looking at this configuration, then you're just $ 50 (in the US) far from the most powerful and the most versatile version of Surface Go, so at that moment you can save yourself a month or two better for the best version of the tablet.
And, of course, none of the most important plugins are included, so add 99 USD (99 pounds, 149 AU) to the same price with the Tip Cover button and another $ 99 (99 and 139 AU) if you want to add the Surface Pen. So, while this new configuration looks at first glance exciting, you'd want to think about it before clicking on the "Buy" button.