Microsoft launches the Surface Laptop Go in India

Microsoft has announced the availability of Surface Laptop Go lineup in India. The Redmond giant unveiled the Surface Laptop Go lineup at the annual Surface event last October.

The laptop comes with Intel's i5-1035G1 CPU which is coupled with 4/8GB of RAM and 64/128/256GB of storage. The Surface Laptop Go also features a 12.4-inch 1536x1024 PixelSense display and a fingerprint scanner (though not on the base model). For connectivity, Microsoft includes a USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port, a USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A port, a Surface Connect port, and a 3.5mm audio jack.

At the launch, Rajiv Sodhi, Chief Operating Officer, Microsoft India said:

As the reality of hybrid work and learning environments unfolds before us, the PC continues to play an integral role in keeping all of us connected to our work, school, and lives – and every person today needs a PC. Our goal is to design a Surface for every person, work style and location. With the new Surface Laptop Go, we want to give every person in the household or organization a laptop that’s not just something you need to use, but something you want to use. The Surface Laptop Go is our lightest and most affordable Surface laptop yet that offers the perfect balance of performance, battery life and style.

Microsoft Surface Laptop Go will be available in India from 22nd January via authorised resellers and online partners like Reliance Digital and Amazon India. Microsoft is also offering no-cost EMI for up to 9 months starting ₹8,000 per month (~$109). The device will cost at ₹63,499 (~$870) for the base variant with 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage and will go up to ₹110,999 (~$1,521) for 16GB RAM and 256GB storage. However, both the base and the top variants are reserved for commercial customers. Individuals can either pick the one with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage for ₹76,199 (~$1,044) or they can go for the one with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage for ₹92,999 (~$1,274).

If you are planning to pick up the Surface Laptop Go then be sure to check out our review of the laptop.

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