When the original Surface Go launched, it marked a new way to buy a premium Microsoft Windows 2-in-1. Not priced like the $1,000 Surface Pro, the Surface Go was more of a take on Apple’s iPad at the top of the tablet lineup. With a 10-inch screen and budget-friendly Intel processors under the hood, it was an extremely portable 2-in-1.
This spring, it is widely expected that Microsoft will unveil the successor to the Surface Go, appropriately named the Surface Go 2. Although Microsoft hasn’t said much about the device, there’s quite a bit to talk about. From price, specs, and performance, here’s everything we know about it so far.
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