The Surface Go is the companion you need when it comes to work or play, offering the best of both worlds as a hybrid laptop. With a 25.4-cm PixelSense Display, 8 GB RAM, and 128 GB storage capacity, and the user-friendly Windows 10 Home in S Mode, the Surface Go makes everyday tasks much easier to do.
Microsoft’s Surface Portfolio has always tempted the windows faithful with their gorgeous design and hardware-software integration, but few have bit the bait thanks to the prohibitive pricing. That changes with the Surface Go, which brings in the much-needed element of affordability to the lineup.
There’s the iconic and all too familiar kickstand which goes all the way to the 165 degrees, allowing a range of angles of use. Pair what seems to be a regular 10 inches windows tablet with the optional but highly recommended magnetic keyboard cover which cost around Rs 8999 and sees the Go transform into highly usable Windows device. the keys are comfortably large and the trackpad is responsive, both of which lend themselves well to browsing, casual gaming and heavy note taking. Speaking of which, you could throw in optional magnetically – attaching Surface Pen if see yourself using the extra drawing capabilities.
Whether it’s schoolwork and home projects, email management, or watching a film, the Surface Go makes sharing a real thing. Its sharp, vibrant display makes reading a book or magazine an ideal choice. It also comes with a rear HD camera of 8.0 MP and a front-facing camera of 5.0 MP, so you can easily capture precious moments and call your friends.
With built-in protection such as security verified by Microsoft, Windows Defender, parental controls, and world-class support, you can relax as secure as your data is.
Specifications of Microsoft Surface Go
- Carry It Along 2 in 1 Laptop
- 10 inch HD LED Backlit PixelSense Display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3
- Light Laptop without Optical Disk Drive
Price of Surface Go is Rs 38,599.
Final Words :
Chunky bezel and proprietary charging port are let downs. Powering the Go is an Intel Pentium Gold Processor 4415Y, which handles daily content creation and media consumption duties just fine, so long as you don’t push it with heavy photo editing or gaming.
Its a great for folks who need to use Windows, though you need to remember that the Go ships with Windows 10, though you need to remember that the Go ships with the Windows 10 in its limited to windows store -S mode.which is a tad restrictive for most folks looking to instal their frequently used .exe programmes. I
f you’re platform-agnostic, the Ipads are miles ahead in terms of performances.