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Microsoft may not be ranked among the top five tablet vendors in the world right now, but fans of both productivity and portability obviously can’t do better than the company’s eclectic family of Surface devices.
That entry-level configuration is marked down from an already reasonable list price of $399.99, and while the US Microsoft e-store is out of inventory at the time of this writing, Best Buy can hook you up with the same exact deal if you hurry.
The Redmond-based device manufacturer can also sell you a couple of Intel Core M3 models at $579.99 and $479.99 with and without built-in LTE support respectively, both variants packing a 128GB SSD and 8GB RAM of their own at an identical $150 price cut.
The two cheaper Surface Go 2 versions come with a significantly humbler Intel Pentium 4425Y processor inside, in case you’re wondering, while the rest of the specs are pretty much the same across the board, including a sharp 3:2 PixelSense display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, up to 10 solid hours of battery life on a single charge, USB-C connectivity, 2W stereo speakers with Dolby Audio technology, and a decent combination of an 8MP rear-facing camera and 5MP front-facing shooter with Windows Hello facial authentication capabilities.