The standard Microsoft Surface Pen is great for students that need to draw or handwrite work, but it has several flaws which make it a difficult choice in schools: It’s really expensive. A replacement Surface Pen can cost upwards of £100/$100. It’s easy to lose — those magnets are not the strongest. In the hands […]
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.