Back in July, Microsoft has released its Surface Go Windows 10 Tablet targeting the education sector. The Surface Go was supposedly an alternative to Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad, which was launched earlier in March. Now, the 10-inch Windows 10 tablet gets an upgrade, it now comes with LTE support and will be available from November 21st, since the pre-orders have already begun on Microsoft’s official website.
Microsoft had earlier launched the Wi-Fi models of the Surface Go in three variants – the 4GB RAM and 64GB onboard storage, the 4GB/128GB variant and the larger 8GB RAM with 128GB built-in storage variant. However, the new LTE Microsoft Go Tablet comes in only one larger variant – 8GB/128GB, while the Non-LTE of this variant comes at $549, the new LTE variant is priced at $679 for consumers and $729 for businesses.
As for the specifications, the LTE Microsoft Go Tablet features a 10-inch PixelSense display with a resolution of 1800×1200 pixels. Under the hood, the tablet is equipped with Intel’s 4415Y Pentium Gold Processor paired with Intel 615 HD Graphics. It additionally features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 and a USB Type-C port, a Surface Connect Port and a 3.5mm headphone jack as well.