Who said that Microsoft quit from releasing powerful laptops? The Redmond-based company introduced several days ago its new Surface Laptop Go, a tech beauty capable of rivaling the MacBook Air. Packed with a quad-core 10th-generation Intel Core i5 processor as one of the highlights, the Surface Laptop Go is worthy of a lot of attention.
The all-day battery life and the touchscreen approach of the display are other features that are making the laptop stand out. Microsoft even posted a presentation video about the device:
Make the most of every day — working, learning, making video calls, and streaming favorite shows with the all-day performance and battery life of Surface Laptop Go. It’s ultra-light and portable, with built-in HD webcam and 12.4″ touchscreen, plus a choice of must-have colors and premium materials — all at an exceptional value to make this your go-to laptop.
The price is not low at all, but it’s reasonable if we look at what Microsoft Surface Laptop Go is capable of. There’s a 12.4-inch display, a 1536 x 1024 resolution, as well as a 3:2 aspect ratio. The device is not doing badly for the ports, either: there’s a single USB 3.2 type-C port, a single USB 3.1 type-A port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, as well as a Surface Connect charging port.
Those who will buy a Microsoft Surface Laptop Go can also find a fingerprint reader at the power button. However, this is only found for the $699 and $899 models. There’s also the webcam of 720p that does its job pretty well. However, we must say that it lacks support for Windows Hello facial recognition.
Feel free to tell us your own opinions about Microsoft’s new Surface Laptop Go! Tell us which features you like and which of them not!