Microsoft Surface Go 3 will be one of the novelties that the software giant will present at the hardware event scheduled for September 22 .
It was already rumored, but WinFuture says it can confirm the launch of the new version of the best pure Windows tablet in the industry. And unfortunately there is not much offer from Windows to face what the Android platform or Apple iPads offer.
We really liked the Surface Go 2 when we had the opportunity to analyze it last year, standing out for the quality of construction and finishes of its magnesium chassis, thin and light, and a screen of high level both in image quality and in response to its digitizer. It mounted the best webcam in its category, including an infrared sensor for facial recognition connected to Windows Hello, and could comfortably use a keyboard and stylus, all at a reasonable price.
Microsoft Surface Go 3
According to the information that we receive, the general design will not change too much about what we know as well as the magnesium alloy chassis that the rest of the Surfaces use by default. It will keep the screen size at 10.5 inches and the aspect ratio 3: 2 .
The news will be found in the internal hardware as we had seen in the Geekbench database. Microsoft will improve the base version with an Intel Pentium Gold 6500Y and the higher configuration with an Intel Core i3-10100Y that should significantly increase the performance of the tablet and handle Windows 11 that will include by default. The connectivity options with Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2 will also be improved, while it would not be ruled out that it offered a 5G option.
Microsoft Surface Go 3 will be presented on September 22 at an event where we expect the renewal of almost the entire line of Microsoft’s own hardware , the Surface Book 4 laptop; the ARM Surface Pro X, the second generation of the Surface Duo 2 smartphone, and new wireless headphones. The 2 in 1 Surface Pro 8 and the hybrid Surface Laptop 5 also sound, although there are more doubts about them since they are expected to use the Intel Alder Lake processors that will be launched later.
A hardware event that has the additional interest of promoting the launch of Windows 11 in the first OEM computers and of which we will offer you full coverage.