Microsoft Launches Surface Laptop Go Laptop With Upgrades to Surface Pro X

Surface Laptop Go

Microsoft has launched Surface Laptop Go with smaller form factor. Moreover, the Surface Laptop Go is affordable than competing products. The laptop features a precision trackpad coupled with a full-size keyboard. The Redmond-based software giant also rolled out fresh updates to Surface Pro X with new app experiences, improved performance, and a platinum finish.

Surface Laptop Go Specifications

The Surface Laptop Go is equipped with a 12.4-inch PixelSense touch display, Intel 10th Gen i5 processor coupled with a precision touchpad and full-size keyboard. The Laptop o offers up to 16GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. According to Microsoft, the laptop is capable of delivering 13 hours of battery life alongside fast charging technology.

The company also integrated fingerprint on the power button with Windows Hello support in select models. You will be able to access OneDrive personal vault files via one-touch sign-in. You can also play around with HD camera with studio-quality microphone, Omnisonic speakers, and Dolby Audio.

On the connectivity front, the Surface Laptop Go provides support for USB-A, USB-C, headphone port, and the Surface connector ports respectively. The Surface Laptop Go is priced at $549.99 and is available in Sandstone, Platinum, and Ice Blue color variants.

Surface Pro X

The Surface Pro X ($1499.99) is equipped with Microsoft SQ 2 processor and a platinum finish. The company is gearing up top expand support for running x64 apps with x64 emulation by the end of 2020. The signature keyboard included with the Surface Pro X is available in Ice Blue, Poppy Red, and Platinum color variants. The Surface Slim Pen enables you to quickly charge via wireless charging mode.

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