The latest model of Microsoft's diminutive 2-in-1 tablet/laptop, the Surface Go 3, has the usual excellent Surface build quality and industrial design, and is externally indistinguishable from the Surface Go 2. The two most recent Surface Go models have a slightly higher-resolution 10.5-inch screen (1920x1280 vs 1800x1200) than the original Surface Go.
The consumer version of the Surface Go 3 starts at $399.99, while the 'for Business' model, with extra security and management features, and optional LTE mobile broadband, costs from $499.99.
The Surface Go 3 costs from $399.99 (Type Cover and Surface Pen not included).
The new Surface Slim Pen ($129.99) will work with the Surface Go 3 (as will any Surface Pen), but the keyboard hasn't been updated with the charging well. If you have the keyboard from an older Surface Go model, it's exactly the same Type Cover ($84.99). Neither pen nor keyboard are included in the tablet's price.
Microsoft Surface Go 3Very Good
$629.99 at Microsoft
- The most affordable Surface device
- Excellent 10.5-inch screen
- High-quality webcam and speakers
- Core i3 processor option
- Disappointing battery life under mainstream workloads
- Keyboard and stylus not included
- Not the best showcase for Windows 11
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