First leaked by WinFuture.de, rendered marketing images of the Surface Go 2 have popped up – and it looks pretty good.
Microsoft is said to be upgrading the wireless capabilities of its entry-level tablet by adding support for WiFi 6. There’s also optional support for 4G LTE. And the company will also offer up to 256GB of storage for the first time.
US pricing is expected to begin at $399, but according to WinFuture, a Surface Go tablet with a Pentium processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage will sell for 459 Euros in Germany, while a Pentium/8GB/128GB version will sell for 629 Euros.