Microsoft’s OG Surface Go can be yours at an incredible price with a bunch of accessories included
Released all the way back in 2018, the 10-inch Surface Go is… probably not on your mind much these days. But Microsoft’s first-ever (relatively) compact tablet can still be a smart buy when it directly rivals the likes of Amazon’s Fire lineup or Samsung’s Galaxy Tab A8 rather than the iPad Air, Galaxy Tab S7 FE, or even the iPad mini.
That’s right, you can cough up as little as two Benjamins for a grand total of four products for the next few days (or until stocks run out), with the tablet itself of course shipping in refurbished condition alongside a less-than-ideal three-month Woot limited warranty.
The first-gen Surface Go, of course, is no longer a powerhouse, packing an outdated Intel Pentium 4415Y processor and a fairly modest 4 gigs of RAM paired with sluggish 64GB eMMC storage in an entry-level configuration.
But for just $259.99, you can upgrade the memory count to a generous 8GB and also get a speedy 128GB solid-state drive. The 128 gig SSD can be combined with 4GB RAM as well at $229.99, and all three prices include all three handy accessories mentioned above.
Then you have a sharp PixelSense touchscreen with a resolution of 1800 x 1200 pixels, solid battery life of up to 9 hours on a single charge, and a full range of ports covering everything from USB-C to 3.5mm audio and microSD storage expansion. Now that’s what we call a versatile and productive bargain!