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MICROSOFT Surface Go 2 - Pentium 4GB RAM, 64 GB £359.10 @ Currys eBay
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MICROSOFT Surface Go 2 - Pentium 4GB RAM, 64 GB £359.10 @ Currys eBay

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Posted 15th Jun

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Brand: MICROSOFT

Model: 10.5" Surface Go 2 - 64 GB, Platinum

MPN: STV-00002

Audio connections: 3.5 mm jack

Other connections: - Surface Connect port x 1 - Surface Typecover port x 1 - MicroSDXC card reader x 1 - Compatible with Surface Dial

USB: USB Type-C x 1

Bluetooth: Bluetooth 5.0

Ethernet: No

WiFi: - 802.11ax - 2x2

Storage: 64 GB eMMC

Processor: - Intel® Pentium® Gold 4425Y Processor - Dual-core - 1.7 GHz - 2 MB cache

RAM: 4 GB

Box contents: - Microsoft 10.5" Surface Go 2 - AC power adapter - Quick start guide - Warranty

Manufacturer’s guarantee: 1 year

Dimensions: 245 x 175 x 8.3 mm (H x W x D)

Software: * Full version of Microsoft Office not included * Full version of anti-virus / internet security not included

Weight: 544 g

Colour: Platinum

Operating system: Windows 10 S (Home)

Type: Surface Go 2

Other features: - Compatible with Windows Ink - Microphone - Parent-managed screen time limits - Spending control - Content filtering

Camera: - Rear facing: 8 MP Full HD 1080p auto-focus camera - Front facing: 5 MP Full HD 1080p camera - Compatible with Windows Hello

Keyboard: Surface Go 2 Typecover (sold separately)

Battery life: Up to 10 hours

Battery type: 2-cell Lithium-ion

Memory card reader: Micro SD

Disc drive: No

Touchscreen: Yes

Screen type: PixelSense Display

Screen features: - Corning Gorilla Glass 3 - 10 point multi-touch - Contrast ratio 1500:1 - Aspect ratio 3:2

Screen size: 10.5"

Resolution: Full HD 1920 x 1280p

Speakers: Dual speakers

Audio software: Dolby Audio premium

Height (mm): 245

Width (mm): 175

Depth (mm): 8.3

Weight Grams: 544

SKU: 610116

UID: 10207177
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Nice form factor. Frustratingly slow.
*128gb Pentium gold version*. The one in this deal will be even slower.
If it included the keyboard, I might bite!
No accessories
Thanks op. Anyone know the best place to find a keyboard?
They're actually pretty quick in general use, that Pentium Gold is fine.

Seems silly that it doesn't include the accessories (and Currys are promoting it with a keyboard attached in the picture when it's not...) - I don't know anyone who uses Windows without some sort of keyboard. I can understand Apple not including one with the iPad.
plewis0015/06/2020 15:01

They're actually pretty quick in general use, that Pentium Gold is …They're actually pretty quick in general use, that Pentium Gold is fine.Seems silly that it doesn't include the accessories (and Currys are promoting it with a keyboard attached in the picture when it's not...) - I don't know anyone who uses Windows without some sort of keyboard. I can understand Apple not including one with the iPad.


As someone that owns the Go 1 I can say I won't be going near a Pentium Gold processer again.

My experience is that it is mostly fine as you suggest but if you're not good with your tabs in Chrome management then you'll notice it.
HD video makes it slow, as do video calls
BraddersJ15/06/2020 16:02

As someone that owns the Go 1 I can say I won't be going near a Pentium …As someone that owns the Go 1 I can say I won't be going near a Pentium Gold processer again. My experience is that it is mostly fine as you suggest but if you're not good with your tabs in Chrome management then you'll notice it. HD video makes it slow, as do video calls


I also had a Surface Go and it was never this bad - Pentium Gold 4415Y is a dual-core Kaby Lake derivative, it has video acceleration and plenty of power for what it is. Neither of those things you described should cause it any problem at all.
plewis0015/06/2020 17:11

I also had a Surface Go and it was never this bad - Pentium Gold 4415Y is …I also had a Surface Go and it was never this bad - Pentium Gold 4415Y is a dual-core Kaby Lake derivative, it has video acceleration and plenty of power for what it is. Neither of those things you described should cause it any problem at all.


Perhaps you didn't have it long enough as I noticed it a few months after new (and again after resetting Windows).

I get that that's partially a Windows issue but resetting every 6m isn't really acceptable for a daily work device. Shame, as I love the hardware/form factor otherwise. Would be keen to try the Go 2
Edited by: "BraddersJ" 15th Jun
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