Floor Go is Microsoft’s least expensive Floor 2-in-1 accessible: $399 will get you a Floor Go along with 4GB RAM and 64GB of eMMC storage. However the subsequent step up in specs was much more costly: it takes an additional $150 to double the RAM to 8GB and change the 64GB eMMC with a 128GB SSD, a change that ought to present a wholesome enhance in disk efficiency.
Unusually, there was no mannequin that break up the distinction; a 4GB machine with 128GB SSD can be much more sensible for a lot of customers. That’s, until you selected to purchase your Floor Go at Costco, the place a particular 4GB/128GB system was offered. Now, nevertheless, that spec is on the market to all by means of the Microsoft Retailer, for $499.
Whereas 4GB is a bit miserly within the 12 months 2018, it isn’t unprecedented at this worth level. For a system used primarily for Net searching, Microsoft Workplace, and media streaming, it is nearly acceptable—and with the comparatively weak processor within the machine, you seemingly would not need to do a lot past these duties anyway. The quicker and bigger SSD will guarantee there’s plentiful house for music, photographs, and movies with out having to micromanage storage.
As such, in case you’re actually enamoured of the Floor Go, this new spec might be the one to go for.