Microsoft Surface Go 4 launches, but you won’t be able to buy it

Yesterday, Microsoft held its September announcement event, where the company announced multiple Surface products, including the latest generation of its 2-in-1 laptop series — Microsoft Surface Go 4. When Microsoft launched the Surface Go 3 last year, it seemed like the company was targeting two kinds of audiences: kids and people who work in the field.  This year, the priorities remain the same, but the execution is different. The Surface Go 4 is built for frontline workers and will be sold exclusively to the business and education markets. Microsoft Surface Go 4 mainly remained the same  Microsoft Surface Go 4Display10.5-inch PixelSense, 1920×1280, 3:2 aspect ratio, 60Hz refresh rate, 350 nits CPUIntel Processor N200 (4 cores, 4 threads, up to 3.7GHz, 6MB cache)Graphics Intel UHD graphics (integrated)RAM8GB LPDDR5Storage 64GB UFS128GB SSD256GB SSDWebcamFull HD 1080p webcam with Windows Hello facial recognition8MP 1080p rear-facing webcamBattery Upto 12.5 hours with typical usage Size/Weight9.65 x 6.9 x 0.33 inches (245 x 175 x 8.3 mm)/1.15 pounds (521 grams)ColorPlatinum Price TBA The Microsoft Surface Go 4 didn’t receive much of an upgrade compared to its predecessor, the Surface Go 3.  We have the same overall design, a 10.5-inch tablet with a 1920 x 1280p display. There’s a USB-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a microSD card reader, and two 1080p cameras, the same as before. While there are many similarities, Microsoft made a few notable changes with this generation. Microsoft replaced the older two-core Intel Pentium processor with a more powerful four-core Intel N200 chip on…Microsoft Surface Go 4 launches, but you won’t be able to buy it

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