|Availability||Surface Go 4|
Microsoft Surface Go 4 Price
Microsoft Surface Go (Intel Pentium Gold, 4GB RAM, 128GB) (Renewed)
$269.99 7% OFF
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Microsoft Surface Go 3 - 10.5" Touchscreen - Intel® Core™ i3 - 8GB Memory - 128GB SSD - Device Only - Platinum (Latest Model)
$629.99 21% OFF
Microsoft Surface Laptop Go 3 (2023) - 12.4" Touchscreen, Thin & Lightweight, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD SSD, with Windows 11, Ice Blue Color
$799.99 15% OFF
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$245.00 15% OFF
New Microsoft Surface Go 2 - 10.5" Touch-Screen - Intel Pentium - 4GB Memory - 64GB - Wifi - Platinum (Latest Model)
$399.99 39% OFF
|Display||Surface Go 4|
|Exterior||Surface Go 4|
|Dimensions||9.65” x 6.9” x 0.33” (245 mm x 175 mm x 8.3 mm)
Width: 9.65” (245 mm)
Height: 6.9” (175 mm)
Thickness: 0.33” (8.3 mm)
|Keyboard and Trackpad|
|Internal Specs||Surface Go 4|
|Memory||8GB - 4800 MHz LPDDR5 RAM|
64GB 128GB 256GBUFS Drive
|Connectivity||Surface Go 4|
|Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi 6: IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax compatible.|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth Wireless 5.1 technology|
|Battery||Surface Go 4|
|Battery Life||Up to 12.5 hours of typical device usage|
|Power Supply||24W proprietary Surface Connect power supply|
|Software||Surface Go 4|
|OS||Windows 11 Pro or Windows 10 Pro|
|Camera & Audio||Surface Go 4|
|Misc||Surface Go 4|
|Inking||Supports Microsoft Pen Protocol (MPP)
4096 levels of pressure
Best in class latency
|In the box|
|Warranty||One-year limited hardware warranty|
Table of contents
- Tech specs
- What’s new
- Tips and Tricks
The Surface Go 4 looks almost identical to its predecessors, the Go 3 and Go 2, but arrives with significant upgrades and improvements to its specs and internal components.
New Intel quad-core chip
The new Intel Processor N200, the only configuration for Surface Go 4, was released in early 2023 from the low-power Alder Lake-N series. It has four efficient cores and four threads without HyperThreading. Therefore, it has twice the number of cores compared to previous chips. Moreover, it has 6MB of Intel Smart Cache, which is 2MB more than before.
On top of that, it also has an upgraded integrated graphics. The number of compute units on the new Intel UHD Graphics increased from 24 to 32. Additionally, it also has a faster clock speed of 450MHz over 300MHz.
Microsoft equipped the new Surface Go 4 with the latest LPDDR5 memory (two generational advancements) over the LPDDR3 on every older model. The LPDDR5 has a higher memory bandwidth, a faster clock speed (4800MHz over 1866MHz), and more advanced signaling technology. It can transfer data much faster and more efficiently than before.
The company also removed the 4GB configuration, meaning all Surface Go 4 will have 8GB of memory as standard.
Microsoft has made a welcome change to the base model of Surface Go 4 by replacing the slow eMMC storage with a much faster UFS storage drive. This upgrade has significantly improved the device’s performance, previously hindered by the slow eMMC drive.
The company now uses UFS for all configurations of Surface Go 4. Regardless, not all drive capacities share the same speed. The bigger the drive, the faster it is. Learn more here
Longer battery life
As technology evolves, the components of Surface Go 4, including the processor, memory, and storage, have become increasingly efficient. With improved performance, Surface Go 4 also runs cooler and lasts even longer with the same 28Wh battery capacity.
You can now use it for up to 12.5 hours of typical device usage, 1.5 hours longer than before.
The Go 4 now has more components that can be replaced, such as the display, battery, kickstand, and motherboard.
- Slightly lighter than the Surface Go 3
- Windows 11 Secured-core PC
- Dual far-field Studio Mics with Voice Clarity
Tips and Tricks
Discover how to get the most out of your Surface Go 4 with our carefully curated list of tips and tricks. Our ultimate guide will show you how to optimize battery life, improve performance, increase productivity, and troubleshoot like a pro.
Before making a purchase decision, it’s essential to have a good understanding of the device you’re interested in. That’s why we’ve compiled a comprehensive Microsoft Surface Go 4 FAQ to answer all your questions. The following FAQ covers all aspects of the new Surface Go 4, including its display, battery life, performance, software, and design.
- Can you replace SSD or UFS drive on Surface Go 4?
- Can you upgrade RAM on Surface Go 4?
- Does Surface Go have a headphone jack?
- Does Surface Go have a Thunderbolt port?
- Does Surface Go have a USB-A port?
- Does Surface Go have a USB-C port?
- Does Surface Go have an HDMI port?
- Does Surface Go have an SD Card Slot?
- Does Surface Go have Ethernet port?
- Does Surface Go Support Dolby Atmos?
- Does Surface Go support Face ID?
- How long will the Surface Go 4 be supported?
- How to properly shut down a Surface Go?
- Is the Surface Go keyboard backlit?
- Surface Go Cooling System
- When did the Surface Go 4 come out?
- Which Surface Go Model Do I Have?
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