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Microsoft and the next Surface Laptop Go

Microsoft goes one step further with the Surface series. The next generation of the 'Go' variant is supposed to offer a good Windows experience for a small price.

A lot of performance for little money: The new Laptop Go 2; Image: Microsoft

Slim, light and with a lot of power for on the go. That is the motto of the new Surface Laptop Go 2, which is already available for pre-order today. But there is one problem. The starting price is $599. But this can get as expensive as $799.

The cheapest model of the Surface Laptop Go 2 has an 11th generation Intel Core i5 installed. However, this comes with only four gigabytes of ram and also has an SSD that has 128 gigabytes of storage capacity. The latter could become a big problem in the long run.

The most expensive model for $799 (that is $200 more than the cheapest version) has exactly the same processor as the cheapest model. However, it has eight gigabytes of RAM and a 256 gigabyte SSD.

What is striking, however, is that Microsoft did not install a 12th generation Intel processor. This is probably because the engineers did not have a suitable solution for cooling this processor.

All models have a 1536 x 1024 pixel resolution, which is just below HD resolution. As for the ports, Microsoft was very frugal: once a USB-C and USB-A port, a 3.5 mm headphone jack and the power adapter cable, which supplies 39 watts. On top of that, there is the Windows 11 operating system.

Pre-orders can already be placed on Microsoft's website.


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