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Monday, November 22, 2021

A £339 Surface Go 2 is the unmissable deal you've been waiting for


The Surface Go 3 may have just launched but the fact it's a minor refresh makes its predecessor, the Surface Go 2 still worth consideration. The fact that it's an older model, however, makes it more of a target for Black Friday deals. And this one is an absolute corker.

The Surface Go 2 is the most affordable way to get into the Surface ecosystem right now and if you're in the UK, this is the deal to get. Amazon has dropped a big chunk off the mid-tier model, so you're getting 8GB of RAM and the 128GB SSD storage alongside the Pentium Gold processor. That added RAM and faster storage make a huge difference in everyday use.

This is one of the best Black Friday Surface deals you'll find this year.

Microsoft Surface Go 2 | Pentium Gold, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD - Save 36%

£339 at Amazon

Get the mid-tier Surface Go 2 with double the RAM and much faster storage for less than the normal entry-level model costs. This is one of the best Surface deals for Brits this Black Friday.

Don't be fooled into thinking this is some lesser Surface, either. The word "Pentium" isn't used by Intel as much as in the good old days, but the Pentium Gold is still a fairly capable processor, especially for a compact device like this. More important to the performance is the added RAM and faster storage you get in this model over the base spec.

The entry-level Surface Go 2 only has 4GB of RAM and uses eMMC storage. It's capable enough in its own right, but when it comes to storage and RAM, the more you can have and the faster you can have it the better your experience is going to be. And that's what you'll get with this deal for a lower price even than the usual cheapest Surface Go 2.

The deal should be live until Cyber Monday but it could also go like hot cakes so don't delay on this one.

via https://AiUpNow.com November 22, 2021 at 05:33AM by Richard Devine, Khareem Sudlow,