Surface Go review: The ideal cheap Windows tablet… almost

The Surface Go is Microsoft’s smallest and cheapest tablet yet, with specs that would make hardware nerds laugh. But in many ways, it brings Microsoft closer to its original dream for the Surface line: It’s almost as light as an iPad, but it can also run most of the Windows apps you need. While the Surface Go certainly won’t replace more powerful laptops, it’s an intriguing option as a secondary device, especially at a low starting price of $399 (without a keyboard). Just be aware of its limitations.

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