The Surface Laptop Go 2 for $599 has been unveiled by Microsoft
Microsoft has revealed the Surface Laptop Go 2 at an event in New York City today. An 11th-generation Intel CPU is the most noticeable addition to the slimline laptop, which costs $599. A June 7 release date has already been set for the preorders of the game.
Iris Xe graphics have been added to the Surface Laptop Go 2’s Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor. For office work or school, this should be acceptable because it is from the same generation as the MSI Prestige that we evaluated last year.
A 128 or 256GB SSD and 4 or 8GB of LPDDR4x RAM are available as options from Microsoft. That is a welcome improvement over the 64GB eMMC disc that came with the original device. Windows 11 Home is now available for use on this device.
That is all there is to the Go 2’s display, which is the same 12.4 PixelSense Display with 3:2 aspect ratio and 1,536 x 1,024 resolution.
Surface Connect, Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth 5.1 are all included in the connectivity options.
720p webcams with twin Studio Mics are said to be an improvement above previous models. Based on our experience with the more powerful CPU in that generation of Intel processors, we believe Microsoft’s claim of a 13.5-hour battery life is accurate.
You can also charge your device to 80% in just over an hour thanks to the quick 39W power charger.
Microsoft are already taking preorders for the Microsoft Surface Laptop Go 2, which starts at $599. A June 7th release date has been set.