Microsoft Surface Go LTE Version Pre-Orders Will Begin on November 20 in Select Markets

By November 13th, 2018 AT 2:10 PM

Microsoft has announced the availability of the LTE version (Long Term Evolution) of its 10-inch “Surface Go” tablet for pre-orders in select markets. “Surface Go with LTE Advanced” is available now for pre-order in select markets starting at $679 for consumers and $729 for commercial customers,” Ali Alpay, Senior Director, Surface Commercial Marketing, Microsoft, wrote in a blog post on Monday.

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It will be available in the US and Canada from November 20, confirmed Microsoft. By November 22, the device will be available in 23 markets, Alpay said, adding that the device could be available in more markets in the coming months.

Along with 128GB internal storage, the tablet also comes with 8GB RAM, 4415Y processor and battery life that could last about 8.5 hours on a single charge. The company is charging business users $729 for the LTE model while giving them a choice to pick up a version with 256GB of storage for $829.

The Microsoft Surface Go with ‘LTE Advanced’ for Business offers organisations the perfect balance of performance, portability and connectivity their workers need to get the job done in the field,” Alpay added.

Earlier in September, Microsoft debuted the smallest “Surface Go” tablet ever, followed by the release of its Wi-Fi supported version and now the LTE Advance version.

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