You may already be more than familiar with Microsoft’s lineup of Surface laptops, with devices like the Surface Laptop 3 and the Surface Pro 6. Now Microsoft is back with its brand new Microsoft Surface Laptop Go.
Starting at only S$868, it is Microsoft’s most affordable laptop yet whilst ensuring a perfect balance of style, performance, and battery life is made available to users.
The Surface Laptop Go features a 12.4-inch PixelSense touchscreen display (1536 x 1024 resolution) with an aluminium display lid and polycarbonate base, available in Platinum colour. Not only is it nice to look at and easy on your wallet, the Surface Laptop Go is also incredibly lightweight and portable, weighing in at only 1.1kg, meaning you can easily carry it around without straining your shoulders.
Aside from its display, the laptop also comes with a large precision trackpad and full-size keyboard with 1.3mm key travel for an ergonomic and comfortable typing experience. Select models of the Surface Laptop Go will also come with a Fingerprint Power Button with One Touch sign-in with Windows Hello. This allows users to quickly and securely access their OneDrive Personal Vault files without having to worry about privacy issues, and also so users will be able to quickly sign into their laptops and be productive for the day.
All this is powered by the Intel’s 10th generation i5 quad-core processor and Intel’s UHD Graphics card, with up to 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The Surface Laptop Go will also come with up to 13 hours of battery life to ensure users will be able to comfortably use the laptop on the go without having to worry about bringing an additional charging brick. Furthermore, the Surface Laptop Go also supports fast charging, so users will be able to get 80% of battery in just a little over one hour of charge.
As for connectivity, the Surface Laptop Go comes with a sizeable selection of ports that are well-suited to external connections without the need of an additional adaptor, which is not often seen in a laptop of its size and price. This includes USB-C and USB-A ports, a 3.5mm audio jack, as well as Microsoft’s proprietary Surface Connect port that supports a number of Microsoft expansion hubs and docks.
After reading all this, if you’d like to score yourself a Microsoft Surface Laptop Go, you’ll be pleased to know that pre-orders for the laptop is already available via the Microsoft Store.
The Surface Laptop Go in Platinum will be available in the following configurations in Singapore.
|Model||Retail Price for Consumers (S$)||Retail Price for Businesses (S$)|
|10th Gen Intel Core i5, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC||868||N/A|
|10th Gen Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD||1,088||1,228|
|10th Gen Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD||1,388||1,528|
|10th Gen Intel Core i5, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD||N/A||1,838|
Customers who pre-order the Surface Laptop Go from now till 23 November will be entitled to a Surface Mobile Mouse (worth S$54), while stocks last.
The laptop will be available in stores from 24 November 2020.
This article is brought to you in collaboration with Microsoft.