Few companies have produced affordable Windows devices that are firstly desirable and secondly portable. So Microsoft has decided it’s time to step into the ring with the Surface Go: an entry-level 2-in-1 to the Surface range, sitting below the Surface Pro.
The Go is a full Windows 10 laptop-tablet hybrid, albeit in Windows 10 S Mode. It’s affordable, at £379, but if you want a full-fat experience then you’ll need to buy the £100 Type Cover (backlit and available in black, platinum, burgundy or blue) and £100 Surface Pen stylus separately. That takes it to £579, which means it’s potentially more expensive than an iPad with Apple Pencil and a Bluetooth keyboard (not iPad Pro).
On balance, then, is the Surface Go the affordable, portable 2-in-1 champion that it purports to be?
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