Items tagged with surface laptop go

Lots of HotHardware readers love to learn about, look at, and experience high-end portable PCs with their sturdy build quality, luxurious materials, and high-end specs, but not everyone has the budget to buy one for themselves. An interesting subgenre of premium ultra-portable PCs is the upscale Chromebook, like Google's Pixelbook Go or Samsung's Galaxy Chromebook. Those machines have some gorgeous hardware with nice-enough specs, but can't run Windows apps. What if there was a premium middle ground with good performance at an attractive price? That's right where Microsoft has aimed its Surface Laptop Go. First and foremost, the new Surface Laptop Go is a Windows PC with a variety of... Read more...
Microsoft has just announced two new products that expand its Surface lineup of first-party Windows 10 PCs. Not surprisingly, both of them are products that we've previously covered in leaks: a refreshed Surface Pro X and the all-new Surface Laptop Go. Surface Pro X: Now with a Microsoft SQ2 Processor And Longer Battery Life We start things off with the Surface Pro X, which was first introduced late last year as the company's first PC with an Arm-based processor. The Microsoft SQ1 SoC used in the original is based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx SoC, but the new Surface Pro X is also available with the new SQ2 SoC. Although Microsoft didn't come right out and say it, we'd assume that the SQ2 is... Read more...
In the past few years, Microsoft has significantly expanded its reach into the PC market with first-party Windows 10 laptops, convertibles, and desktops. When it comes to traditional laptops, Microsoft currently offers the Surface Laptop 3, which is available in both 13.5-inch and 15-inch display sizes. However, a new report from Windows Central suggests that a cheaper 12.5-inch Surface Laptop will soon be offered. The 13.5-inch Surface Laptop 3 starts at $999, while its 15-inch counterpart is priced from $1,199. According to the report, this new 12.5-inch Surface Laptop will be much cheaper, coming in at between $500 to $600.  Developed under the codename Sparti, this new Surface... Read more...