The LSAT exam for law schools in the United States is making a big transition to a digital formet starting with the July 2019 LSAT test. It has chosen to enter into a broad technology collaboration with Microsoft for this purpose. Thousands of Microsoft Surface Go tablets will be used by aspirants who take the test to clinch a place in law schools across North America. More than 99 percent […]
Key details about the Surface Go LTE have been officially confirmed today by Microsoft. The company will be releasing an LTE variant of this tablet in the coming days. This will certainly make the device appeal more to professionals who want to get work done on the go. An integrated LTE feature would allow them to remove connected right on the device itself even when they’re out and about.
Microsoft recently launched a watered down version of its Surface device. It’s called the Surface Go and it runs on an Intel Pentium Gold processor and provides a full Windows 10 experience in a smaller form factor. Microsoft apparently considered using an ARM chip for this device but decided against it on Intel’s insistence.
Microsoft announced the Surface Go earlier this month. It’s meant to take on cheaper tablets from the likes of Apple while offering a full Windows 10 experience. Microsoft only announced two configurations of the Surface Go but it appears that there’s an unannounced model as well that’s now available for purchase from Costco.
There were reports that Microsoft could be launching a cheaper Surface tablet in the near future and the teaser that the company published yesterday suggested as much. The company has now announced the launch of its Surface Go tablet and as expected, it’s priced at $399. The idea with this product is to better compete against the iPad and Chromebooks which are popular in this price range.