The Surface Go brand is one of the most influential competitors against the iPad series, featuring Windows 10. Therefore, the upcoming version, Microsoft Surface Go 2, may be released next month. A couple of specifications for this forthcoming gadget have already been posted on the internet, and here is what to expect from it.
The Surface Go 2 is equipped with a 10.5-inch display, more extensive than its predecessor. However, it will still display the same appearance and details, making all the accessories from the last version fully functional with the new model.
The device will have a USB Type-C port, an audio connector, and Surface Connect. In addition to this, the tablet boasts a Windows Hello facial recognition for security concerns.
More details on Microsoft Surface Go 2
The screen resolution is 1920 x 1280, and, given the width of the display, Surface Go 2 should be easy to use while multitasking. The graphics present either an Intel HD Graphics 615 or an Intel UHD Graphics 615 component. The tablet is said to be powered by a Pentium GOLD 4425Y chipset and can be upgraded to an Intel Core m3 version.
The tablet comes in two different options for the internal storage memory, either 64GB with 4GB RAM, or 128GB, and 8GB RAM. In addition to this, users can always extend their memory when purchasing a microSD card, since the device is equipped with a particular port. The Surface Go 2 is also compatible with the Wi-Fi 6 standards, and an LTE option is available as well.
The tablet is scheduled to be launched during the following month, being a highly appreciated tablet that features high-quality components. Therefore, it is the right choice for those in search of a cutting-edge tablet PC. The price of the Microsoft Surface Go 2 starts at $399, depending on several features that you may choose. The tablet comes in a limited color palette, being available only in platinum.