Microsoft today announced some new laptops, and among them we have the new Surface Laptop Go, designed with people in mind who don’t necessarily have a lot of money to spend on a computer, and we’re talking about students, for example.
The main components of this new Surface Laptop Go are:
10th Generation Intel Quad-Core i5-1035G1 processor 4 or 8 GB of LPDDR4x RAM (16 GB is available in the Business version) 12.45 inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1536 x 1024 pixels 64 GB eMMC or 128 or 256 GB SSD storage USB-A and USB-C ports Available colors: ice blue, platinum gray, sand Integrated 720p HD camera Up to 13 hours of battery life
Generally speaking, this Surface Laptop Go can be presented as a smaller version of the Surface Laptop 3. It is also made of aluminum, is offered in the same colors, in addition to having a Surface Connect connector.
Another interesting point is its weight. Microsoft announces that this is its lightest laptop to date, weighing 1.1kg. We can also mention the presence of a fingerprint sensor located on the Power button to quickly connect to your Windows session. Be careful though: the fingerprint sensor is not present on the base Surface Laptop Go, with 64 GB of eMMC storage.
All the configurations of this new laptop make the equipment agile and fast, even in the entry model, making the most of cloud-connected experiences, such as Microsoft 365 and online storage. With 13 hours of battery life paired with fast charging, the new Surface Laptop Go will always be available for any task.
The Laptop Go will be available from October 27, for 629 euros. Microsoft does not yet detail the prices of the other configurations.
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