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Introducing Surface Go 2 and Surface Book 3

By Ingram Leedy on May 6, 2020 11:01:12 AM

Surface Go 2 keeps the same thin, lightweight design as the original, but now offers a larger 10.5-inch PixelSense display, improved battery life and a model with up to 64% faster performance. Also, for the first time, it comes with 8th Generation Intel® Core™ M options.  Studio Mics have been added along with a dual microphone solution to increase voice clarity and reduce background noise for Teams meetings or video chats. A 5MP front-facing camera delivers sharp video even in low light. A new Camera app for the rear-facing camera as also been added to make it easy to scan documents and whiteboards from meetings.  You can personalize your Surface Go with Type Covers, Sleeves and accessories in a variety of colors, including Platinum, Black, Poppy Red, and Ice Blue. Surface Go 2 starts at $399 and will be available starting May 12.

Surface Book 3 is the most powerful laptop ever created in the Surface lineup, providing up to 50% more performance than Surface Book 2 and up to 17.5 hours of battery life.  Whether you choose 13-inch or 15-inch, Surface Book 3 has beautifully crisp, high-DPI PixelSense Display, smooth, precise trackpad, comfortable keyboard and the performance of 10th Generation Intel® Core™ processors and choice of discrete NVIDIA® GeForce GTX™ or Quadro RTX™ GPUs.  For developers that push the computing and IO performance of their device, Surface Book 3 now comes with up to 32GB of RAM. And to push the boundaries even further, a new option has been added with the NVIDIA Quadro RTX™ 3000 to better meet the needs of resource heavy applications. Surface Book 3 starts at $1599 and will be available starting May 21.

Ingram Leedy

Written by Ingram Leedy

If you are looking for someone who lives on the leading edge of technology innovation, Ingram Leedy has a unique ability to predict the future digital trends.

As CEO of Protected Trust, he is helping business leaders see the world in new ways by connecting people and technology to achieve more.

Before people knew what it meant to be online, he connected people to the Internet with Florida's first internet provider, iThink.

And at the age of 8, he was writing software for a new medium of communication called computer bulletin board services. The idea was to help exchange messages before email.

His parents never really knew what he was doing – it was something with computers.

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