The 2021 Surface Go 3 features the 5W 10th Generation Intel Amber Lake Y dual-core Intel Pentium Gold 6500Y up to dual-core Intel Core i3-10100Y with the boost speed up to 3.90 GHz. While the 2015 Surface Pro 4 features the 4.5W 6th Generation Intel Skylake dual-core Intel Core m3-6Y30 up to dual-core Intel Core i7-6650U with the boost speed up to 3.40 GHz.
If you are in the market looking for a laptop and don't know what's the difference between the 10.5″ Surface Go 3 (2021) and the 12.3″ Surface Pro 4 (2015), we have a detailed tech specs comparison between both devices for you to check out here.
More Powerful Processors - With the latest 10th gen Intel Mobile processors make Surface Go 3 even faster especially the entry-level models which now also support Intel® Turbo Boost technology 2.0 with the boost frequency up to 3.40 GHz.
Longer Battery Life - Last up to 11 hours battery life of typical device usage.
Preloaded with Windows 11 Fast charging
New Design It’s now thinner (8.4mm), lighter (766g), the smaller bezel on the same footprint.
Better display New bigger and better 12.3” PixelSense display with Microsoft G5 chipset.
Better performance It’s now 30% faster than Surface Pro 3 with the range of 6th Gen Intel processors.
Better Inking It now supports Surface Pen with 1,024 pressure sensitivity, magnet attached to the side of Surface Pro 4.
Windows Hello It's all comes with Windows Hello facial recognition as standard.
More Better 8.0MP rear-facing autofocus camera, new 1866 MHz LPDDR3 RAM.
Those are the top must-have accessories for Microsoft Surface devices so far. With Surface Pen, Surface Dock, Surface Precision Mouse, and microSD card will significantly increase your Surface performance, storage, and productivity.
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