In the past, Microsoft has been struggling to adapt its replacement technology with state-of-the-art graphics. Surface Go 3 is the perfect reflection of this problem. Windows 11 screens are fine, but with limited power supply and battery power, it’s frustrating to use them.
The new Surface Go 3 is a little lighter from its predecessor, but it also launches on the side Windows 11. I just wish the battery would last longer.
At first glance, it may look like the Surface Go 3 is very different from the pre-designed one, but look under the hood and… well, there is no big difference. These new tablets drive the tiny, tiny, tiny, tiny-and-medium-high-resolution chips that use Surface Go 2. raw was your only problem, maybe you would be better off looking Precious iPad.
The starting model starts with 64 GB of internal storage and 4 GB of RAM, though you may want to get more out of it. I tested the Intel Core i3 ($ 630) version that comes with a 128-GB SSD and 8 GB of RAM, which is sometimes a bit messy on the working day. It didn’t get into what I was thinking poor functionality – except when I use Chrome, but later on – I also had Surface Go 3 tools. This is important to keep in mind when choosing the type you need to buy.
Physically, the Surface Go 3 is also similar to the pre-configured one. That’s a good thing. It also maintains a compatible 10.5-inch display with Goldelocks bezels — smaller to feel smaller while giving you solid. It has a MicroSD card reader attached under the connector and a single USB-C port on the side near the handset.
You can stick to magic Older Surface Pen types on the side of Go 3 to make it easier and cheaper, but newer Top Slim Pen it cannot be connected in the same way. It works like a wireless pen and can be paired with a tablet, but you have to charge it via USB-C once in a while. This is frustrating, but hey, the Surface Pen works well and is a little cheaper than the Slim Pen. No major losses.
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The biggest change on the Surface Go 3 is not hardware, but the simultaneous coming of Windows 11. Microsoft has not yet set a limit between the computer interface and the display on the screen, but this feature is very close so far. Modified Taskbar, easy-to-touch lists, and modified File Explorer all work better with your fingertips than audio lists as well as small details about Windows 10.
However, this is a much more radical change. There are times when it is obvious the form is waiting for you to use the mouse. You can drag the window to the left or right of the window to enter side-by-side, but there is no definite way to use the new, useful Snap Group settings for Windows 11.