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Posted 29 January 2023

Microsoft Surface Laptop Go 2 Ultra-Thin 12.4” Touchscreen Laptop - £622.01 @ Amazon

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Reduced initially from £729 to £622.01 but take a further 10% off if you are a student - total price £559.81. Free shipping for Prime members - extra 10% off if you have a Prime Student membership.

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About this item
  • A sleek, portable Surface Laptop with 12.4” PixelSense touchscreen and great typing experience, now with improved HD camera, Windows 11, One Touch sign in and a performance boost. Latest 11th Gen Core i5, long battery life and Fast Charging.
  • Type in comfort on the full-size keyboard with large, precision trackpad that lets you navigate, scroll, and select with ease. Convenient security thanks to Fingerprint Power Button with Windows Hello and One Touch sign-in.
  • A great way to connect. On Surface Laptop Go 2 with improved HD camera, Windows 11, and Microsoft Teams, it’s simple and fun. See more, do more, browse better. Surface signature 3:2 ratio gives you the most vertical screen real estate on a laptop for getting it all done
  • Surround yourself with rich sound for music, shows and more with Omnisonic Speakers and Dolby Audio, hidden below the keyboard
  • Work, play, shop, and stream — whatever you set out to do, Microsoft Edge on Windows 11 helps you do it with speed and security.
  • Included Components: Device, PSU, QSG, Safety and Warranty documents


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  1. rent-a-tent's avatar
    Nice thanks. I have a surface pro that’s about four years old and want to get something a little more up to date l. My surface pro has office on it (not 365) I bought the whole suite under an NHS home user scheme and paid something like £20 for it. Does anyone know if I could install stand alone office on this (not 365) and use my key (if I can find it) without going down the route of 365? Thanks 
    ChAdOx1's avatar
    The nhs scheme forces you to use your own nhs.net account and I would not want my organisation being able to freely access my own personal files and device. Did you know that if you have outlook with nhs account on your phone, they can actually remotely wipe your phone. My colleague was having issue with his account and the nhs digital support remotely wiped his iPhone back to factory settings… Immediately deleted outlook from my phone after that.
  2. nathanfernandes's avatar
    £497 if you have student prime
  3. Ellipsisdivision's avatar
    Would prefer to win a Windows Go 3 on Vodafone Very rewards so I'll hold out on this I'm afraid. Heat though
  4. Josu's avatar
    Pentium for 600? Can’t believe this is a deal
    RedCrimsonPoint's avatar
    That isn’t the deal though.
  5. markinoxon's avatar
    Still using my Surface Go 1... great little device.
  6. nw104hh's avatar
    622 and still no backlit keyboard!
    plewis00's avatar
    Yes, it's very annoying, I am sure it's deliberate to separate it from the full-size one.
  7. plewis00's avatar
    Expensive for what it is. Microsoft positioned it as a budget alternative to the big Surface Laptop but it feels a bit too cheap with the plastic base, isn't very durable, also missing the backlit keyboard and screen resolution is quite poor (it isn't far above HD). At this price only getting an i5 11th gen, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD seems poor value.
  8. JoaoBolzan's avatar
    Sorry for the out of place question, but could anyone advise me on a laptop for an elderly friend? I'm looking at 4gb ram 128gb SSD upgradable machine, budget of around £200. Needs to be brand new though, could stretch to £250 max. Thank you.
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