Microsoft takes $80 off Surface Go if you buy the tablet with a keyboard

Microsoft’s smallest, lightest, and most affordable tablet to date has recently turned one, which means a sequel could be right around the corner. Of course, the company’s Surface family and release schedule are anything but predictable, so we wouldn’t be shocked to see said follow-up held up until next year… or canceled altogether. After all, that’s what happened with the Surface Mini back in the day and the non-Pro Surface lineup was also terminated after three generations a few years ago.

Bottom line, we have no idea what the future holds for the Surface Go, but we know …

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