surface go really aimed at

Taking from the fine print of a micro soft store. 5 LTE with 256GB storage configuration available soon for Commercial customers only. System software uses significant storage space. Guess I’ll be waiting a year for MS to get done serving the business segment, before this hit the consumer space. Oh well maybe WOA will be in gen 4 by then.

Conversation 2 comments

  • skborders

    11 September, 2018 - 12:02 pm

    <p>I think a WOA LTE tablet might move me off the iPad. If for nothing else, inking support. No Pen to text support on iOS that I can find.</p>

  • ccalberti

    15 September, 2018 - 1:43 pm

    <p><span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0);">I bought the 8GB/128GB version with the MS keyboard upgraded to W10 and added a 256GB MSD card, and I consider this the (almost) ideal highly portable, inexpensive (comparatively) secondary device I have been looking for. After a week, I have given away or sold on eBay my iPads and Samsung Tablet, as the Go does all they can do in a compact format and functions as a productivity device with full Windows, office 365, storage, etc. I have had a Surface Book for two years and love it as my primary computer. I never liked the Surface Pro series as a primary computer because However, it is heavy for daily lugging around. I can use the GO for most client meetings and presentations, too, and for travel. I can also use it as a secondary device on my desk, without the MS keyboard, using a high def monitor and my logitech keyboard and mouse that can pair with three devices (the third being with my note 9 in Dex mode tied to the monitor). Good for MSFT, innovating in this space.</span></p>


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