The US carrier AT&T announced yesterday that it will start offering Microsoft’s Surface Go 3 tablet with LTE starting Friday, January 7 (via XDA). The tablet will be available at $729.99 or $20.28/month for 36 months via AT&T, and the US carrier offered the Surface Go 2 at the exact same prices.
Microsoft’s Surface Go 3 was released back in October alongside the new Surface Pro 8 and Surface Laptop Studio. The LTE version of the Surface Go 3 was already available to purchase from the Microsoft Store, and it features a 10.5-inch touchscreen display, an Intel Core i3-10100Y CPU, 8 GB of RAM, and a 128 GB SSD.
The Surface Go 3 is also one of the first Surface devices to ship with Windows 11 Home in S mode, but users who want to install apps from outside the Microsoft Store can switch to regular Windows 11 Home for free. It's also worth noting that the Surface Go Type Cover and Surface Pen still need to be purchased separately, and the full package comes close to $900.
If you’re looking for a lightweight Windows tablet with built-in cellular connectivity, then the Surface Go 3 with LTE is a pretty good choice. If you're not a fan of the traditional Platinum color, though, the Surface Go 3 should reportedly soon be available in a new black finish, an option that Microsoft already offers on the Surface Pro and Surface Laptop lines.