Microsoft unveiled the second generation Surface Laptop Go at today’s Surface Show. The company’s new product is intended to people looking for a portable laptop of very reasonable quality. The Surface Laptop Go 3 is currently on sale on October 3rd, starting at $799, and allowing you to charge up to 15 hours.
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The Microsoft Laptop Go 3, which is identical to the original, is the Surface Laptop Go 2, although there are still some upgrades. The new laptop receives an Intel Core i5-1235U processor instead of an 11th generation Intel Core chips. It has an Intel processor – 12th generation, that speeds up to 4 GHz, and integrates Iris Xe graphics. This new processor should save up to 88% more time.
The laptop has a 12.4-inch PixelSense touchscreen with an aspect ratio of 3:2 and an image resolution of 1536 1024 pixels. This laptop is equipped with a 720p webcam, studio microphones, and music speakers with dolby sound.
The base version still only has 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD, but a model with 16GB RAM and the same amount of flash storage is also available for 99.000 dollars. One step forward is that the drive on solid-state can be able to drive.
This set of ports are the same model as last years: one USB Type-A, one USB Type-C, a headphone jack on the left and a free Surface Connect port on the right. The fingerprint scanner is powered by the power button. This laptop is equipped with wireless modules that match the Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 standards.
The new model is available in four color options, Platinum, Sage, Sandstone, Ice Blue (platinum, grey-green, sand and blue), and weighs about 850 grams.
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