Microsoft has introduced a new tablet for budget conscious people called Surface Go. This product will compete with iPad and will be sold for a starting price of $300.
Compared to Surface Pro, the Surface Go weighs only 1.2 pounds and has a 10-inch 3:2 1800-by-1200 PixelSense Display with bezels on each side of the display. The base $399 model ships with 64GB of eMMC flash storage and 4GB of RAM, but users can opt for a $549 model that includes 128GB of SSD storage and 8GB of RAM. Each of these models come in Wi-Fi-only network configurations.
Interested buyers can pre-order the device starting July 10th and shipments will be carried out around early August. You can find more details on Surface Go here.