If you want to a new Surface tablet? We have made a comparison between two different devices to choose from that might help you.
Surface Pro has a display of 12.3-inch, 2736×1824, and 267 ppi while Surface Go has a 10-inch, 1800×1200 and 216 ppi one along with an OS Windows 10 Home in S mode contrary to Surface Pro’s Windows 10 Pro.
Their processor is 7th Gen Intel Core m3 7Y30, 7th Gen Intel Core i5-7300U, 7th Gen Intel Core i7-7660U respectively Intel Pentium GOLD 4415Y with battery lives of 13.5 and 9 hours.
There is not a big difference between their RAM, Surface Pro is also available with 16GB aside from 4GB, and 8GB had by Surface Go, and they both have LTE and fully adjustable kickstands up to 165 degrees.
What else they have in common is the microSD, 5MP front camera and 8MP rear camera, Windows Hello Facial Recognition, WiFi, 4.1 Bluetooth, same ports and dual speakers.
Now for the price, Surface Go starts from $399 while the other model from $799.
Taking every detail into consideration, you are paying a pretty significant sum for Surface Pro even though is the more powerful one. However, you can go with Surface Go if you do not mind a smaller screen and do not find all the extra horsepower as a must have. If you would use the device for production or creative purposes, Surface Pro gives you an additional amount of strength and a slightly bigger screen which will help you create more and more prominent content. As long as you know how to take advantage of it, Surface Go will suit your expectations.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.