This is Microsoft’s $400 Surface Go


It’s been three years since Microsoft released the Surface 3. No, not the Surface Pro 3 meant to replace your laptop, but the smaller 10.8-inch model that was meant to go head-to-head with the iPad. At the time, I loved the small form factor and low price – it was a Surface I could take almost anywhere and easily recommend to students on a budget, or as a secondary computer for everyone else. Its performance wasn’t amazing, but it was good enough for most common productivity tasks. Enter the new Surface Go. It’s the Surface 4 that never was. I had the…

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