Finally Microsoft has came up with Surface Go LTE Variant and it is available for Pre Order starting Nov 12, so Go Ahead and get your’s now. Yes! Surface Go LTE-Enabled hybrid laptop-tablet is up for preorder.
As per Tweet from Surface Official twitter account – The preorders are opened yesterday i.e. 12th November. The pricing starts at $679 for the consumer version and $729 for the business-focused incarnation.
Surface Go LTE Variant Pre Order Starts –
Microsoft also said that the Surface Go LTE variant will officially go on sale in the US & Canada November 20. The other markets will also see the sale starting from November 22.
Microsoft came up with Surface Go few months back and is already available in various markets read more – Surface Go Most Affordable Surface Device Launched Starting at $399 MSRP
The reviews for the device are generous and positive, but it missed cellular connectivity back then. The consumer version of the Surface Go LTE Advanced will only be available in an 8GB / 128GB configuration, which will cost $679.
The main difference between the consumer and commercial Surface Go devices is that the former ships with Windows 10 Home in S Mode as the default operating system.
An LTE version of the Surface Go will also be welcome news for many, it also brings the device closer to more productivity. However, the price could also be a sticking point for many — at around 70 percent more than the baseline $399 Surface Go, the LTE unit is perhaps a little too close to premium-pricing territory.
The LTE device is just 24 percent more expensive than the non-LTE version with 8GB RAM & 128GB of storage. But also remember, the Surface Go doesn’t include the type cover, so you’re looking at a minimum spend of around $779 if you want full functionality.
Surface Go LTE Variant Goes for Sale For $679 – Pre Order Now
Preorders for the Surface Go LTE Variant open today in 23 markets, it also includes US Market. The complete list also includes Canada, U.K., Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Poland, Portugal.
The list goes on to Spain, Sweden, Ireland, Italy, Switzerland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, and Australia.
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