The wait for the 4G LTE-enabled Surface Go is nearly over, with pre-orders now open and 22 November being the date when the connected GO goes live, as Microsoft promotes Surface for Business as big beneficiaries.
Do not pass Go, and do collect at least $399 if you want to go and get Kogan's latest ultra-portable Windows 10-powered computer, which on the surface looks a bit like a Surface Go clone but with a 13.3-inch screen.
Where do you want to "Go" today? Wherever that is, Microsoft hopes you'll take its new Surface Go, with "up to" nine hours of battery life, a Pentium Gold processor and full x86 software compatibility in a 10-inch package.
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