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You can now experience the Surface Go at your local Microsoft Store

Source: Microsoft

If you're keen on picking up a Surface Go, but you're the kind of person who wants to experience the product before putting down your hard earned money, you might want to stroll into your local Microsoft Store this weekend, as it is being reported that demo units of the Surface Go are now on display at retail locations across the United States.

There are two general release variants of the Surface Go available. Both units will be powered by an Intel Pentium Gold 4415Y processor, but the difference between the two models will be in the RAM and internal storage configuration. The $399 model will offer 4GB RAM with 64GB internal storage, while the other one will have 8GB RAM with 128GB internal storage and will cost $549.

If you like the idea of 4GB RAM but need a little more storage, you might want to go with the Costco exclusive variant, which offers 4GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The unit is priced at $549 but does include a Signature Type Cover as well. While you can purchase your Surface Go from the Microsoft Store or Costco, if you want what is perhaps the sweetest deal, you might want to pre-order from Best Buy, as the retailer is offering up a $50 gift card as a bonus.

Just to be safe, be sure to call your local Microsoft Store to confirm that the tablet is indeed on display. The Surface Go will be available on retail shelves starting on August 2 in the United States and Canada, and will roll out to other regions over the next month.

Source: MSPoweruser

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