The budget tablet from Microsoft will be very expensive

The base one is likely to keep the price of $400

In the summer of 2018, Microsoft released its cheapest tablet, the Surface Go. The device started at $400, offering a 10 inch display, a 64 GB SSD and an Intel Pentium Gold 4415Y processor. It all worked, of course, on Windows 10.

This year we are probably waiting for the Surface Go 2 model. According to the data on the web, the base version may still be available, as Pentium Gold 4415Y will be replaced by Pentium Gold 4425Y. Technically, this is a new generation, but the only difference between these CPUs - 100 MHz higher frequency for the new model.

But there will also be a modification with a more powerful CPU - Core m3-8100Y. This is not the newest solution, but all this CPU will provide users with more performance. However, there will be no cardinal difference anyway, but the price will grow appreciably.

Both configurations were highlighted in tests, thanks to which we can also talk about 8 GB RAM in both versions, as well as 128 or 256 GB of flash memory. But we do not know yet how much memory the most available version will have.

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