Microsoft is particularly keen to note that Surface Go will first come to the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Poland, Italy, Portugal, and Spain, while Japan, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, China and other markets should get a pre-order option in the coming weeks. The tablet features a 10-inch display and weighs in at just 1.2 pounds (0.54KG). Storage options include 64GB of eMMC (Embedded Multimedia Card) or solid-state drives with either 128GB or 256GB of capacity. This is in addition to the Surface Connector which can also be used for charging purposes and connecting the Surface desktop dock.
"Based around Windows 10 in S Mode, the successor to the since-abandoned Windows 10 S that sees the operating system locked down to only installing and running software sourced from the Microsoft Store, the Surface Go tablet features a 10" 3:2-format display with an 1,800 x 1200 resolution.
The Surface Go will come with Windows 10 in S mode as well as a 30-day trial of Microsoft Office 365 Home, while the Windows 10 Pro version will add an additional $50 to the price.
No matter which of the two keyboards you choose, they will be available in multiple colors with colored pointing devices also available to match at $35 apiece. There's also a built-in kickstand that can extend to 165 degrees.
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As for cameras, you're looking at typical front and back cameras with a Windows Hello IR Camera for facial recognition security. If you prefer a bit more freedom, you can unlock full Windows for free in a couple of steps.
"When we designed this device, we had to ask ourselves what people want and need from a 10" Surface.
The Surface Precision Mouse is available to buy right now from Microsoft's store and costs £99.99. It will hit the shelves on August 2 though. There might, however, be something brewing in the Chrome OS camp that could undo the Surface Go's advantage.