Will you go with the most budget-friendly Surface Laptop Go or bump up the specs?

Microsoft’s Surface Laptop Go is the latest addition to the Surface family. It’s a smaller and more budget-friendly way to get a Surface with a traditional form factor. While the Surface Laptop Go starts at $550, that price only gets you 4GB of RAM and 64GB of eMMC storage. The cheapest model also lacks Windows Hello support. If you’re willing to pay more, you can bump up to higher specs with SSD storage. We want to know which variant of the Surface Laptop Go hits your sweet spot.

To provide a bit of context, the Surface Laptop Go aims at a different demographic than some other Surface devices, at least when it comes to the entry variant. The entry model of the Surface Laptop Go is affordable and attractive in education markets where higher specs aren’t always as important.

On the other hand, some have expressed disappointment online about the lowest-end version of the Surface Laptop Go existing at all. Those people claim that Microsoft should bump up the minimum specs or remove that SKU entirely.

We want to know which version of the Surface Laptop Go you’re interested in. Are you intrigued by the low price point of the entry model? Are you eyeing the mid-range version with a faster SSD and Windows Hello? Maybe you love the form factor and want to max out the specs. Let us know in the poll above, and please share your thoughts in the comments below.

Surface Laptop Go

$549 at Microsoft Store

Looking for something with the same design as the Surface Laptop but easier on the wallet? Look no further with the Surface Laptop Go with its 12.45-inch display, Intel Core i5 processor, aluminum and polycarbonate exterior, omnisonic speakers, and Windows Hello-enabled fingerprint reader.