|Standing screen display size||10 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1800 x 1200 Pixels|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2 MB|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||9 Hours|
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- High res 10 inch PixelSense: Display designed to be viewed, touched, and written on
- Lightest surface yet, starting at 1.15 pounds. Touch: 10 point multi touch
- All day battery life, with upto 9 hours of unplugged power. Ambient light sensor
- Runs Windows 10 Home in S Mode, streamlined for security and superior performance
- Includes multi tasking USB C, fast charging surface connect, and headphone jack. Use it in Laptop, Tablet or Studio Mode
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Versatile, adjustable, and ultra-portable
Starting at just 1.3 lbs, new 10” Surface Go is our smallest, lightest Surface yet. It fits easily in your bag and gives you laptop performance with tablet portability.
Fast, efficient, and plenty of unplugged power
Count on new Surface Go to run Office and other day-to-day software and apps, with a powerful Intel processor and up to 9 hours of battery life.
Designed for everyday work and play
Sleek and slim, new Surface Go is designed with a stunning 10” PixelSense Display with touchscreen that’s perfect for browsing, working, and binge watching.
The best of Microsoft — favorite features, trusted security
Designed for the latest Windows laptop operating system and Office 365, Surface Go runs Windows 10 in S Mode, to do the things you want with protection you can count on and performance that lasts.
Place Surface Go in Laptop Mode by opening and adjusting the built-in Kickstand and adding removable Surface Signature Type Cover.
Close the Kickstand, and detach or fold Surface Signature Type Cover back for an ultra-portable, stand-alone Intel tablet.
Lower the Kickstand all the way down to place Surface Go in Studio Mode for a natural, perfectly-tilted writing and drawing angle with Surface Pen.
Surface Go Signature Type Cover
Pair Surface Signature Type Cover with Surface Go for a full keyboard experience anywhere. Complement your style with a choice of rich colors.
Surface Go works perfectly with all Microsoft Office apps, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook. Featuring 1TB in OneDrive cloud storage.
Write and draw naturally, with precision ink on one end and a rubber eraser on the other.
Surface Mobile Mouse
Pair with new Surface Mobile Mouse in the color of your choice for precise navigation and control.
|Surface Go||Surface Pro 6||Surface Laptop||Surface Book 2||Surface Studio 2|
|Processor||Intel Pentium Gold||Intel Core 8th Gen i5 or i7||Intel Core 8th Gen i5 or i7||Intel Core 7th Gen Core i5 or Intel 8th Gen Core i7 (quad-core)||Intel 7th Gen i7|
|Screen||10” PixelSense Display||12.3” PixelSense Display||13.5” PixelSense Display||13.5” or 15" PixelSense Display||28” PixelSense Display|
|Modes||Laptop, Tablet, Studio||Laptop, Tablet, Studio||Laptop||Laptop, Tablet, Studio||Desktop, Studio|
|Memory||4GB or 8GB||8GB or 16GB||8GB or 16GB||8GB or 16GB||16GB or 32GB (DDR4)|
|Storage||64GB eMMC or 128GB SSD||SSD 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB||SSD 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB||SSD 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB PCIe SSD||SSD 1TB or 2TB|
|Battery Life||Up to 9 hours of video playback||Up to 13.5 hours of video playback||Up to 14.5 hours of video playback||Up to 17 hours of video playback||N/A|
|Operating System (OS)||Windows 10 Home in S Mode||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Pro||Windows 10 Pro|
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|Computer Memory Size||8 GB||16 GB||12 GB||8 GB||4 GB|
|CPU Model||Pentium||Ryzen 5||Ryzen 5||Core i7 6500U||Pentium|
|CPU Model Manufacturer||Intel||AMD||AMD||Intel||Intel|
|CPU Speed||1.6 GHz||2.1 GHz||2.1 GHz||2.5 GHz||2.30 GHz|
|Display Resolution Maximum||1800 x 1200 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1440 x 900 pixels||2560 x 1440 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||10 inches||14 inches||14 inches||14 inches||14 inches|
|Hard Disk Description||Flash Memory Solid State||Flash Memory Solid State||Flash Memory Solid State||SSD||SSD|
|Hard Disk Size||0 GB||256 GB||256 GB||512 GB||128 GB|
|Human Interface Input||Touchscreen||Touchscreen||Touchscreen||Touchscreen with Stylus Support||Unknown|
|Item Dimensions||9.70 x 6.90 x 0.30 inches||12.66 x 8.56 x 0.82 inches||12.91 x 9.02 x 0.70 inches||13.11 x 0.66 x 9.02 inches||14.00 x 9.99 x 0.89 inches|
|Item Weight||1.15 lbs||3.63 lbs||3.52 lbs||3.00 lbs||3.52 lbs|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10 Pro||Windows 10|
|RAM Memory Technology||DDR||DDR4||DDR4||DDR3||DDR4|
|Wireless Communication Standard||802.11abg||802.11ac||Bluetooth||802.11bgn||Bluetooth|
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||Bluetooth+ Wi-Fi||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi|
New 10” Surface Go is perfect for all your daily tasks, giving you laptop performance with tablet portability, a stunning touchscreen, and the Windows and Office experience you know. From email, browsing, and home projects to unwinding with a favorite TV show, Surface Lingo is by your side wherever you are — with up to 9 hours1 of battery life, built-in HD cameras, hassle-free connectivity, and all the ports you need, including multi-tasking USB-C.
life: Up to 9 hours of video playback. Testing conducted by Microsoft in June 2018] using preproduction Intel Pentium Gold 4415Y Processor, 128GB, 8GB RAM device. Testing consisted of full battery discharge during video playback. All settings were default except: Wi-Fi was associated with a network and Auto-Brightness disabled. Battery life varies significantly with settings, usage, and other factors.
10 in S Mode works exclusively with apps from the Microsoft Store within Windows. Certain default settings, features, and apps cannot be changed. Some accessories and apps compatible with Windows 10 may not work (including some antivirus and accessibility apps), and performance may vary. If you switch to Windows 10 Pro configuration (fee may apply), you can’t switch back to Windows 10 in S Mode. Learn more at Windows.com/Windows10SFAQ.
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After unboxing, setup takes slightly longer than "just a moment" as the device likes to say, but if you've already got a Windows 10 device, it's pretty quick and easy. Following the initial startup, the device will need to download a variety of updates, but within 2 hours or so mine was fully up to date after multiple installations, restarts, etc... standard computer update affairs.
I switched it out of "S mode" almost immediately, because I didn't want to be bootstrapped to the Microsoft store, and it's nice that they give you the option. It doesn't require any restart or anything, and allows you to install apps from anywhere.
Regarding performance, I have done email, lots of internet browsing and video watching, movies, drawing, and light photo editing and social networking. The device is not lightning fast and it doesn't need to be. It rarely lags more than a second or 2 to open programs but if you're used to a higher performing desktop or laptop then you will notice. The glossy screen is beautiful and photos and videos look great. There are front firing speakers that sound pretty decent but not much better than your average smartphone speakers, but this is understandable. The device makes zero noise as well, no fans or spinning disks are present here and it rarely gets hot to the touch.
Really any light duty thing you would do on a normal Windows 10 PC can be done here. And that's where this thing shines, it's versatility is just head and shoulders above laptops because of how wonderfully portable it is. It feels sturdy, good in the hand or in the lap, and the fully adjustable kickstand is magnificent. In my opinion, the add on keyboard is absolutely essential. It clips on quickly and easily with nice strong magnets. The keys are small and take some getting used to, but having a full keyboard with back-lighting in this form factor is amazing. They are far better than on screen typing. The trackpad is also wonderful, it looks silly large on there but that is a good thing. It's responsive and has a nice clicky feeling.
I don't think that the Surface Pen is nearly as essential, but it is fun and works excellent. I could see myself using it for casual note taking, there is virtually no noticeable lag.
The charger the device comes with has a proprietary port, but you can also charge it via USB-C, which is great if you have a phone with that port, because you only need one charger while you travel.
The only things worth complaining about on this device are made up for by its sturdy build and excellent functionality. It makes a fantastic bridge between the smartphone and PC, perfect for when a smartphone just isn't enough and a full size PC is too much. You don't even need to stow it during takeoff and landing on planes!!! So, set your expectations to a realistic level and the Surface Go, even the base model, will meet them.
As an added bonus personally, the Surface Go has helped me use my smartphone less, to the point that I removed most social media from my phone. When you don't have Facebook and Instagram in your pocket at all times, it is pretty amazing how quickly you realize how often you used to mindlessly scroll through your feeds. So you could say it has made me more mindful of my screen time and helped me leave both it and my phone in my pocket or out of reach more often, which we could all use a break from now and then.
One more thing... this one is just a tip. Don't buy office! This device has a small enough screen that it qualifies for the free version of MS Office Mobile. Search online for how to get them!
UPDATE 2/4/19: I've owned this for several months now and have had zero issues. Changing out of S mode and installing Chrome and other non-Windows store programs has been no problem, no noticeable impact to memory usage or performance. Battery life is still good, just a great little device to have.
And there's this premium feel to it. The magnesium body feels very solid, the kickstand doesn't move if you don't want to and if you pair it with the Alcantara keyboard it's just a very different experience that you can feel. And yet it's so light. You'll have a disappointing experience touching a plastic laptop after using one of these.
The downside is that it isn't precisely cheap. If you want it to be more than a tablet, you'll have to add the type cover keyboard, around $100 or more if you buy a Microsoft one (it's also great but I'm not reviewing it here). This just happens to be an affordable Surface product, and they're always expensive. But also so versatile and innovative that you'll find they worth it.
It's also very sturdy. I found that out yesterday (there was a dog involved), it fell from a feet high right on the edge of the screen. I thought I would find a shattered or cracked display, but there was nothing on it. Not even on the edge, not a single dent or scratch on the whole thing, and it's working like if nothing happened (I'm using it to write this review).
Most people complain about relatively short battery life but you can work for hours on it. I get it to work the whole day with the screen at its darkest and the battery saving mode on. Unless you use it outside that's enough brightness and performance for what you'll be using it. Another common complain are the thick bezels, but they're there for a reason, which becomes very obvious when you use it like a tablet.
This might not be the device for you if what you want is high performance for CPU or graphic demanding tasks (and of course it's far from being a gamer PC) or if you really hate Windows. But if you're looking for a portable PC/tablet you can't go wrong with this. It's light, sturdy, completelly silent, has a sleek desing and offers a full desktop experience. And if you already own a Surface Pro you'll find this fascinating and even charming. It's a scaled down version of it.
I use this as a secondary computer to surf web, watch Netflix, work on MS Office documents...works exactly as advertised.
I can't download PDF files from my Gmail account, so much of my email is useless.
When I try to login to Steam, no typing interface pops up, so I can't login and access my games.
I can't download a Kindle reader, so I can't access my books.
I can't access Amazon Prime streaming video, so I can't access videos! NOTHING WORKS!!!
In sum, I spent $540 (including tax) on this piece of garbage, and nothing -- absolutely nothing -- I planned to use it for works. Maybe one day Microsoft will work out the kinks. For now, stay away.
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The build quality on Surface products is nothing short of incredible. The body is all metal and is incredibly sturdy and exudes quality. The hinged stand which is a staple of Surface devices is nothing short of amazing. You can set it at any angle and it just works. It is incredibly secure and never slips. The only issues I have with the Go is the bezels (I wish they were a bit smaller), and only having one USB-C port. It would have been amazing to be able to charge the Go through one USB-C connection while I use the other for attaching devices. Yes, I know you can use the included charger which attaches to the expansion slot, but I find it so much easier to just charge though USB-C even if it is slightly slower. Not needing to bring a separate charger just for this computer and instead charge it with the same cable I would for my phone is so much more convenient.
As a computer, this works for browsing. I have personally taken it out of S-mode so I can install any Windows application on it I want. With 8GB of RAM and the 128GB SSD, the performance isn't bad at all. It isn't the most responsive when using Chrome on large web pages, but that is to be expected. Chrome is fairly resource intensive. On the other hand, using Edge it easily handles any page you can throw at it. Windows productivity software like Excel, Word, and Power Point work exactly as you would expect them to. Communication software works perfectly as well. One of the things I really like about the surface line is the face unlock. It does use an IR light so you won't have any issues unlocking it even in the dark. Doing so is incredibly fast and it pains me having to type in a password manually on my desktop computer. One thing I am unable to review is the Surface keyboard. If I need a keyboard I will just connect to one wirelessly through Bluetooth. The stylus is great though. It does fall short of something like a Wacom tablet but is usable for drawing and perfect for a mouse substitute.
For a media tablet this checks every box as well. I installed K-Lite Codec Pack on it and it has no issues playing anything I can throw at it. Even 50GB+ 4k movies with DTS audio streamed over the network from my server are no problem at all for this. Same with 4k YouTube videos. The speakers are quite surprising. They are loud, clear, provide a decent amount of bass, and are actually stereo. The screen is excellent quality with a great contrast ratio and vivid colors. The battery life when viewing media is also more than enough for a cross-country flight.
Now, the heart of the matter is value. The Surface Go isn't a cheap device. Yes, it is primarily a tablet. But it is also so much more. The build quality is on par with the new iPad Pro's. But the iPad is almost twice the price, has half the storage, and is running a mobile OS. You can do everything on this you can with a tablet, while still having the flexibility of a full computer. To me, this is a win-win situation. The intended customer for this isn't someone looking for a $250 Android tablet. The customer who should be getting this will mostly be using it as a tablet, while still wanting the option to use it as a full computer when they are on the go. For that, the Surface Go is perfect.
The restricted version of Microsoft it comes with would be frustrating to some I could imagine. Makes it impossible to use google chrome as a browser (forced to use edge) and can’t download 3rd party apps. If you plan to use this tablet to draw/design/edit images make sure there is appropriate software to do so. I was pretty disappointed that I can’t download GIMP but it isn’t mandatory for my use.
Es el producto perfecto para quien busca movilidad y versatilidad en un solo producto. El rendimiento es aceptable para navegación por internet y actividades de ofimática. Pero evitalo si lo quieres para jugar o editar foto o vídeo. Sus capacidades no son las adecuadas. La calidad de construcción es excelente. La batería dura alrededor de 6 hrs en el modo ahorrador.