(Pocket-lint) - Microsoft today announced an updated Surface Go at the company’s hardware event, the Surface Go 3, featuring a 10th-generation Intel processor, the same 10.5-inch display, and an identical form factor as the previous model.
Of course, all the Windows devices announced at the event today will be shipping with Windows 11 and feature support for Windows Hello facial recognition.
As for specs and pricing, it looks as if Microsoft is keeping most everything about the same. The Surface Go 3 will remain at a $400 starting price just as the Go 2, as well as retain the extremely low 64GB of base storage, with optional upgrades available to 128GB or 256GB.
RAM amounts won't be changing either, with 4GB on the entry-level model and 8GB for an extra premium.
Alongside the device, the company also announced the Microsoft Ocean Plastic mouse, which is manufactured out of 20 per cent recycled ocean plastic and 100 per cent recycled cardboard packaging.
All of the produces unveiled by Microsoft today will be available for pre-order starting today, 22 September, and will ship within the next few months.
For a recap of all the devices announced at the Microsoft Surface hardware event today, check out all of Pocket-lint's coverage right here.