When the original Surface Go was released in 2018, it marked a shift in Microsoft’s target audience for the Surface range. Where previously Surface had been the domain of the elite customer prepared to spend £800 plus on a new laptop, now the same premium build quality, stunning screen, and mature ecosystem of peripherals was available to all schools.
The Surface Go 2 takes what worked in the original and improves on it. Any schools deploying devices to students or considering BYOD schemes now have an additional device to consider.
It’s not the most exciting hardware release ever, but for many schools the Surface Dock 2 has several updates over the original that are really important. Let’s take a look in more detail and see whether it’s worth upgrading to the new model. Take note – the future is all about USB-C Every Surface since […]
The “X” moniker has become used to identify hardware that’s a little experimental, a little niche, and usually a little overpriced. In that regard the Surface Pro X owns its name but that doesn’t mean you should ignore it. For schools, the SPX might be the most important hardware release of the last few years. […]
Microsoft has just announced the successor to the baby of the Surface line, the Surface Go 2. Designed with schools in mind, the Surface Go was launched early last year to fill a niche at the lower end of the Surface market. Smaller, lower cost, but just as premium in design, the Surface Go proved […]