Microsoft continues to expand its entry-level portable and compact Surface Laptop Go lineup with the new Microsoft Surface Laptop Go 2. This laptop is designed for students or remote workers opting for a more economic option.
For specs, it sports a 12.4-inch PixelSense panel with a 1536 x 1024 resolution, a 3:2 aspect ratio, 330 nits max brightness, and 10-point multi-touch support.
Under the hood, the device comes with an 11th Gen Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor, paired with an Intel Iris Xe graphics, up to 8GB of RAM, and up to 256GB SSD. It also packs a 41WHr battery with 39W power brick, which the brand claims can last up to 13.5 hours of typical usage.
For connectivity and ports, it has WiFi 6 with dual-band, Bluetooth 5.1, 1x USB-C, USB-A, 3.5mm headphone jack, and 1x Surface Connect port.
Other features include a fingerprint reader (the base variant doesn’t have it), Dolby Audio Premium, dual far-field studio microphones, a 720p HD camera, and Windows 11 OS.
The Surface Laptop Go 2 measures 278.2 x 206.2 x 15.7 mm and weighs 1.12 kg.
Pricing and Availability
- 4GB + 128GB – USD 599 (~PHP 31,611)
- 8GB + 128GB – USD 699 (~PHP 36,889)
- 8GB + 256GB – USD 799 (~PHP 42,166)
The Microsoft Surface Laptop Go 2 is now available for pre-order on Microsoft’s website the release date will be on June 7. There’s no word yet for local availability, so stay tuned for more updates.