The company just launched another version of the 10-inch Surface Go, just a week after the launch of a 4 GB RAM / 128 GB storage model that retails at $499.
This newer version is actually the Surface Go LTE model, which explains the jump in price: $679 for the consumer Surface Go LTE and $729 for the business model.
For that price, as a consumer, you’ll get a convertible tablet with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. If you’re buying for your company, you can also go up to $829 for an upgrade to 256 GB of storage.
Of course, you’ll have to budget the Surface Go Signature Type Cover and Surface Pen separately, as is the case with all Surface tablets.
The Surface Go with LTE is already up for preorder and will begin shipping on November 20. Last week’s model is currently out of stock but should come back soon enough, as Microsoft probably doesn’t want to miss out on the Black Friday bonanza.