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Cheapest Microsoft Surface Go Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 3,130.17

The Microsoft Surface Go is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest Microsoft Surface Go price in Hong Kong is HK$ 3,130.17 from Amazon. Microsoft Surface Go price details are updated August 2019.

Microsoft Surface Go Price Guide

Price List by Country for Microsoft Surface Go

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 3,130.17 HK$ 3,130.00
Indonesia IDR 5.691.482 HK$ 3,130.00
Malaysia MYR 1,630.00 HK$ 3,064.00
Philippines PHP 20,906.63 HK$ 3,130.00
Singapore SGD 618.00 HK$ 3,496.00
Vietnam VND 9.590.000 HK$ 3,237.00

Microsoft Surface Go Specs

Processor Type Intel Pentium
Operating System Windows 10
Graphic Card Intel
Integrated Graphic Card Yes
Screen Resolution 1800 x 1200pixels
Screen Size 10"
Storage Type eMMC
Storage Capacity 0.128TB
Weight 0.52kg
Packaging Data
Warranty 1 Year
Detachable Screen Yes
Touch Screen Yes
Face Scanner Yes
Fingerprint Reader No
Backlit Keyboard Yes
Connector Ports
USB 3.0 No
USB Type-C Yes
Thunderbolt No
Card Reader Yes
Ethernet No
DisplayPort Yes
Headphone Jack Yes
Optical Drive
DVD Writer No
Blu-ray Writer No
Webcam Resolution 5MP
Battery Life 9h
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Reviews of Microsoft Surface Go
Reviewed on 2019-06-25
Product Brand Microsoft, Price $549, Release Date August 2018, Product Dimensions 9.7 x 6.9 x 0.3 in, Storage 64 GB, Processor Intel Pentium Gold Processor 4415Y, Platform Windows 10, Camera 5.0MP front-facing camera, 8.0MP rear-facing autofocus ca
Lifewire / Jordan OlomanBrilliant keyboardPlenty of portsSturdy designLimited storagePoor performanceMiddling battery lifeDespite some clever innovations, the Microsoft Surface Go's underperforming internals prevent it from living up to its...
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Reviewed on 2019-05-13
The Microsoft Surface Go is supposed to be an entry-level Surface 2-in-1. After a few weeks with it, I feel some Surface lovers should consider it over the Pro and maybe the Surface Laptop 2.The Surface Go is easily recognizable. It looks like a blend bet...
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Reviewed on 2019-02-08
At some point during its storied history, Microsoft decided to get into the hardware business. The software giant justified its decision-amid objections from OEM partners-that it wanted to set an example of how its software and hardware can work better together.
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Reviewed on 2019-01-17
Microsoft's Surface Pro lineup has been a design win for the company for several years now. The Surface Go was launched in July of 2018 as a lower-cost version of the Surface Pro, offering buyers a less expensive way to become a Surface customer, and by t...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-31
Score: 86%Just scraping into 2018, this is the final review part (for now) of one of the most impressive mobile computing devices I think I've ever used. Not a smartphone, not a laptop, not even a tablet, but something in between that encompasses most o...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-25
Lightweight, portable, elegant design, Mostly Linux-friendly, Decent performance, USB-C port for data, power, video
Cameras don't work yet in Linux, Surface Pen, Type Cover separate purchases
You have probably had your fill off Surface Go reviews that seem to split the tech world in two. You've also most likely seen the brawls between the Surface Go and the iPad Pro, especially those revolving around the rhetoric of real PCs. So why not have y...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-19
Ultra portable, Great keyboard, USB-C charging, LTE is super convenient
Battery life, Extra $130 hard to justify for most, Big bezels mean screen is cramped, Dongles
The Surface Go is not a fast computer, but it's familiar. That predictability is sort of a relief after using the iPad Pro and Pixel Slate, both of which have ambitions to replace your laptop but fall short of that goal because of their software (the iPad...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-13
Following on from the first part of my main review of this relevant ultra-mobile computing device, part 2, concentrating on the Type Cover and the laptop experience, part 3, with comments on performance in daily use, and part 4, looking at imaging, her...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-06
Tablets have gotten more powerful over the years, but even top-tier 2-in-1s like Microsoft's Surface Pro and Apple's iPad Pro are still a step away from replacing laptops for many business users. They do provide a very attractive alternative to lugging ar...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-04
Outstanding build quality, Reliable and fast unlocked 4G LTE, Great audio, A mini Surface Pro
No eSIM support, Battery life could be better, $130 extra for LTE drives down value
The Surface Go with LTE is finally available, and with it comes a steep price for the experience.But how is the $679 Surface Go with LTE Advanced overall? I spent the last few weeks with one, and while it's even more fun to use, the overall lackluster...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-04
Score: 76%Following on from the first part of my main review of this relevant ultra-mobile computing device, part 2, concentrating on the Type Cover and the laptop experience, and part 3, covering the particular 'S mode' default configuration of the Su...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-25
Great display, Excellent performance,
Accessories need to be purchased separately,
I sit here comfortably typing the review of the Microsoft Surface Go on the device itself. I initially thought that the less-expensive version of the Microsoft Surface Pro would show a disappointing performance, but it turns out to be the opposite. My tim...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-25
Score: 75%Following on from my Gallery of the Surface Go review hardware kit, the first part of my main review of this relevant ultra-mobile computing device, and part 2, concentrating on the Type Cover and the laptop experience, here's part 3, coveri...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-25
Announced in July, the Surface Go is the first new line of Surface PCs since the Surface Studio was launched in 2016. The Surface Go is a 10-inch tablet, and it's almost like a spiritual successor to the Surface 3, the infamous non-Pro Surface line of t...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-19
Following on from my Gallery of the Surface Go review hardware kit and the first part of my main review of this relevant ultra-mobile computing device, here's part 2, concentrating on the Type Cover and the laptop experience. And you'll forgive the gushin...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-12
Score: 87%A week ago I took my first look at the new Surface Go with an illustrated gallery showing the device, its optional keyboard and its definitely optional pen. And I have to confess that it won me over fairly quickly. Having already opined on the...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-02
premium quality materials, perfectly made case, very robust chassis, no thermal throttling, bright high-contrast display, very low DeltaE 2000 deviations, high color space coverage, no clouding, microSD card reader, decent battery life, silent
low in internal storage (64 GB), just one USB-C port, PWM, expensive accessories
Erschwingliches Surface! Microsoft's Surface Go is much more affordable tablet than any other previous Surface device. However, it comes at a price: significantly reduced performance. Find out how Microsoft's entry-level tablet fares against its competiti...
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Reviewed on 2018-09-12
Microsoft's Surface Go, its latest tablet that aims to be a smaller and more affordable Surface Pro is finally here. The Surface Go doesn't bring about any major surprises, but perhaps that's a good thing.What you see here is what should have been the c...
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Reviewed on 2018-08-07
Ultra portable, Great keyboard, Good battery life
Big bezels mean screen is cramped, Dongles, Upgraded model is pricey
The Surface Go isn't what you'd expect.I've been using it for a week now and what I was expecting was a low-end Windows computer to go along with its processor and price. I was expecting to be unimpressed with its small keyboard. We've seen this story bef...
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Reviewed on 2018-08-06
Attractive with strong build quality, Bright, vivid display, Affordable starting price,
Short battery life, Doesn't come with keyboard
Microsoft's history in the budget tablet space is a bit checkered. Remember Surface RT ? That was a flop. And other smaller Surfaces just never felt right. But the Surface Go ($349 to start, $549 as tested, before accessories) feels just right. The 10-inc...
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