Beijing time on the morning of July 10th, Microsoft officially released Surface Go, positioning the entry-level Windows tablet.
Surface Go uses a 10 inch Pixel Sense 10 point touch screen, 1800x1200 resolution, supporting the new Surface Pen (99 dollars), carrying Intel Pentium 4415Y processor, dual core four threads, basic frequency 1.6GHz, HD615 nuclear display, 6 watts power consumption.
Surface Go is the highest configuration 8GB LPDDR3-1866 running memory and 256GB SSD, Windows Hello infrared lens, prepositioned 5 million pixels behind 8 million pixels, support dual frequency Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, video continuation 9 hours (24W charger), and the external interface finally has USB-C 3.1 (Gen1), in addition to the interface, furthermore there are interfaces, disabilities SD card slot, headphone hole and so on.
The fuselage is 245 x 175 x 8.3mm, weighs 1.15 pounds (about 512g), and is 31% lighter than Surface Pro.
In terms of price, Surface Go is divided into consumer and enterprise version, the difference is that the pre installed system is different, the former is the default S mode Windows 10 family version, the latter is the Windows 10 professional edition, the difference price is 50 dollars.
Consumer version 4 64GB (eMMC) $399 (about 2638 yuan) $8,128GB (SSD) $549
Enterprise version: 4 64 GB (eMMC) $449 and $8 128 GB (SSD) $599.
In terms of sale time, the pre purchase began in July 10th, including North America, Canada, Hongkong, China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand and other places in North America and Canada for sale in August 2nd. Microsoft is committed to expanding the listing area by the end of this fall.
In addition, Surface Go also has models supporting 4G LTE, but the price is not released. Microsoft also launched a keypad ($99~129) with Surface Go and a $35 Surface mobile mouse.