Is the Microsoft Surface Go 2 still worth buying in 2021?

Microsoft’s 2nd Gen compact 2-in-1, the Surface Go 2, fixed a lot of what ailed its predecessor, boasting a bigger battery, slimmer bezels, and a more powerful Intel Core m3 option. But at a starting price of $399 for the Intel Pentium CPU, eMMC storage, and 4GB RAM variant, the base Surface Go 2 was underpowered for a Windows PC, and not cheap — especially when you threw in the keyboard and stylus add-ons. Competition like the Apple iPad Air aside, the Surface Go 2 was also vying against its own (more capable) siblings in the rest of the Surface Pro lineup

It’s been about a year now and the Microsoft Surface Go 2 remains your best bet at replicating a portable and premium 2-in-1 experience in the Windows environment. And at most retailers, you can easily grab its highest-end model for up to $200 below the retail price. That’s not all. As Microsoft expands to more markets, like India, it has steadily rolled out a handful of stability updates to patch early Surface Go 2 bugs like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connection hiccups. 


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