Microsoft's lightest-weight portable PC should've been running with a Qualcomm chipset. But Intel heard of the company's plans and swooped in.
Microsoft Surface Go pre-orders start shipping today, as customers in 20+ countries are able to grab their own from the Microsoft Store.
This version of the Surface Go also comes in a memory configuration that's not available to the wider public. It's affordable, but has that precious SSD.
On our podcast this week: Microsoft has a tiny Surface tablet that costs $800 if you want it like they show it. Also, long live the iPhone X?
We have a couple more details on the Surface Go, the lightest convertible computing device from Microsoft yet, including some extra pricing.
The Surface Go is a powerful yet super-light computing device from Microsoft yet, the company's hardware chief proclaims loudly on Twitter.
It's been thought that if students and educators weren't enticed by the Surface Laptop already would rather have this than a Chromebook or iPad.