Surface Go 3 is a processor bump for Microsoft's smallest tablet

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The cheapest versions just barely meet Windows 11's minimum requirements.
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It's not as big an upgrade as the Surface Pro 8, but Microsoft's Surface Go tablet got an update today. The Surface Go 3 retains the same 10.5-inch 1920×1280 screen, the same ports, and the same physical design as the Surface Go 2, but it upgrades the processors, adds 802.11ax Wi-Fi support, and ships with Windows 11 Home by default. The Surface Go 3 starts at the same $400 as the previous model and is available for preorder today; the cellular model will be available in "the coming months."

The Surface Go's biggest problem has always been that, especially in its cheapest configurations, its processor, RAM, and storage specs have all been dangerously close to the bare minimum it takes to run Windows comfortably. And the Surface Go 3 doesn't do much to address that. The dual-core Pentium…
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