Microsoft releases a slew of Surface Go ads trying to convince you to buy the device

Microsoft releases a slew of Surface Go ads trying to convince you to buy the device
Microsoft's marketing department has been very busy. The company released a large number of ads for the new Surface Go tablet. More on that later. The tablet, priced as low as $400 to compete with the 6th generation Apple iPad, will launch on August 2nd. There are two different versions of the slate. The low end model comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB of eMMC Storage, priced at $399. You can double the specs to 8GB RAM and 128GB of SSD Storage for $549. Both of these models are Wi-Fi only devices. They are powered by Windows 10 and come with a 10-inch display carrying a 1200 x 1800 resolution. Under the hood is a dual-core Intel Pentium processor.

You can pre-order the Surface Go from the Microsoft Store by clicking on the link found at the bottom of this article. And that brings us to the nine new ads produced by the company for its new Surface device. The spots cover things like how to use Cortana on the tablet, how to use the Surface Pen on the Surface Go, and more. Much more. Each spot runs about 10 to 15 seconds in length, and you probably will see all of them interrupting your favorite programs on television soon. After all, the idea is to plant that seed in your mind that the Surface Go is the tablet that you not only want, but is also the tablet that you need.

Check out all nine ads for the Surface Go, which you will find directly below.

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Surface Go
  • Display 10.0 inches
    1200 x 1800 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera)
    5 MP front
  • Hardware Intel Pentium
    8GB RAM
  • Storage 128GB, microSDXC
  • OS Windows 10


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