Microsoft has unveiled the Surface Laptop Go 3, which retains the same foldable notebook design. It features a 12.4-inch (1536×1024) touchscreen display and upgrades to the 12th Gen Intel Core processor, replacing the previous Surface Laptop Go 2 with the 11th Gen processor. The overall design remains unchanged, including the availability of four colors: Ice Blue, Sage, Sandstone, and Platinum.
The Surface Laptop Go 3 offers only one sub-model option, the Core i5-1235U, with a choice of 8GB or 16GB of RAM and a 256GB solid-state drive (512GB for the enterprise version). The battery can last up to 15 hours, and it supports Windows Hello fingerprint scanning.
An important difference is the increased starting price of $799.99 (originally $599.99), but it comes with an improved base specification of 8GB of RAM and a 256GB solid-state drive, replacing the previous starting specification of 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
TLDR: Microsoft introduces the Surface Laptop Go 3, maintaining its sleek and innovative notebook design. It features a 12.4-inch touchscreen display and upgrades to the 12th Gen Intel Core processor. The design remains unchanged, offering four color options. The available configuration includes the Core i5-1235U processor, 8GB/16GB of RAM, and a 256GB solid-state drive. The battery lasts up to 15 hours and supports Windows Hello fingerprint scanning. The starting price is $799.99, reflecting improved specifications compared to the previous model.