- 12.4" 1536x1024 PixelSense touchscreen
- Precision trackpad
- Full-size keyboard with 1.3mm key travel
- Intel 10th generation i5 Quad Core processor
- Up to 16GB RAM
- Up to 256GB storage (the base model has only 4GB RAM and a 64GB eMMC drive so isn't recommended for general use).
- Fingerprint reader integrated into the power button for Windows Hello authentication (not available on the cheapest 4GB RAM model)
- USB-C port
- USB-A port
- 3.5 mm headphone jack
- Surface Connect port
- Stereo 'Omnisonic Speakers' and Dolby Audio
- 720p HD front camera.
You can pre-order the Surface Laptop Go here, with the main options being £700 (the most common) and then a whopping £900 (no-one's going to go for this) for just an upgrade to 256GB internal SSD.
To be fair, the Surface Laptop Go does fill a price hole in Microsoft's line-up, which now goes something like this in terms of ascending price order (though complicated by variants, of course):
- Surface Go
- Surface Laptop Go
- Surface Pro
- Surface Laptop
- Surface Book
- Surface Studio
What do you think?
PS. There's now a longer intro video online (which also includes details on the new Surface Pro X variant.