The Microsoft Store has started pre-ordering its Surface Go with LTE. The smallest (10 inch), lighter (520 g) and the cheapest Surface Go was originally launched in July, starting at $ 399. You can now order a portable and connected LTE version of $ 679, with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory. The US pre-order will be executed from the 20th yearth November, when these LTE-enabled devices start sending.
Here in the UK Surface Go with LTE is also pre-order now, but folks will have to wait until 22nd November before shipping. Prices in the UK are € 619 VAT. This price is 110 euros more than the other identically configured Surface Go (Intel Pentium Gold 4415Y, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD memory). As a reminder, the cheapest Surface Go is half its RAM and eMMC memory and costs £ 379 ($ 399). All models are equipped with Windows 10 Home mode in S mode (you can freely add Windows 10 Home).
All of the above prices apply to the surface of the tablet individually, and many want to combine it with a type of cover (£ 99 / $ 130 [or $160 in Alcantra fabric]) and a surface pen (£ 99 / $ 99). When added, these accessories can add a few hundred more £ pounds to the base price.
Mobile network partners
Microsoft's new Surface Go LTE will not only be available online. It is expected to be in Microsoft brick and mortar stores as well as selected third-party stores that are already selling a surface kit. In addition, Microsoft will sell Surface Go LTE through contracts with mobile operators, just like many smartphones will penetrate public hands. Since then, global compatibility and support have been available from the outset; AT & T, Verizon, Sprint, DoCoMo, SoftBank, KDDI, UK, UK and Vodafone UK.