Microsoft’s Surface Go is the company’s most affordable Surface to date. That is, of course, considering you don’t want the Type Cover. So far, though, the entry-level version of the device that comes at $399 only came with 64GB eMMC storage.
The other variant, coming in at $549, packed 128GB SSD storage and 8GB RAM. There was another variant of the Surface Go that you probably didn’t hear of, however. Costco was selling a “special” configuration of the Surface Go with 128GB SSD storage and 4GB RAM for $549. The device was only available at Costco to date.
And now, Microsoft has started selling that special configuration officially through the Microsoft Store. Coming in at $499, the device sits right between the entry-level $399 model and the $549 model. For $499, you are getting 128GB of storage, and 4GB RAM. Although that’s $50 cheaper than the variant was at Costco, the 4GB RAM is still a letdown.
The new variant is currently out of stock, though — so keep your eyes wide open if you wanna grab it down the road once it eventually comes back in stock.