Microsoft Surface Laptop Go 2: Features & Specs that Define Performance


Built to deliver a signature premium package and features in an ultra-portable format, the Microsoft Surface Laptop Go 2 is designed for large-scale enterprise deployments or home businesses. Balancing performance, battery life, and style, this laptop features a 12.4" PixelSense touchscreen with a 1532 x 1024 resolution and 10-point multi-touch functionality. It is powered by an 11th Gen 2.4 GHz Intel ® Core™ i5-1135G7 Quad-Core processor and either 4GB or 8GB of LPDDR4x memory. Store your files and get fast access to your data with the choice of a 128GB or 256GB SSD, while visuals are handled by integrated Intel ® Iris™ Xe Graphics.

Microsoft 12.4" Multi-Touch Surface Laptop Go 2
Microsoft 12.4" Multi-Touch Surface Laptop Go 2

Available ports and interfaces include USB Type-C, USB Type-A, 3.5mm, and a Surface Connect port. Access the Internet using Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) and connect compatible wireless peripherals using Bluetooth 5.1 technology, which can help keep USB ports available for wired devices. Rounding out the Surface Laptop Go 2 is a front-facing 720p f/2.0 webcam that supports sign-in via Windows Hello, dual far-field Studio Mics, and Omnisonic speakers with Dolby Audio Premium. There is also a fingerprint reader for One Tough sign in, although this is not available on the Core™ i5/4GB RAM/128GB SSD model. The installed operating system is Windows 11 Home.

Microsoft’s Surface Laptop Go 2 is made from a combination of aluminum and a polycarbonate resin system that is comprised of glass fiber and 30% postconsumer recycled content. It is available in sage, ice blue, sandstone, and platinum.

The original Surface Laptop Go was designed for those who were working from home or the office, as well as virtual classrooms, so that users could handle everyday tasks with ease. With up to 13.5 hours of battery life and the ability to recharge up to 80% in an hour, the Surface Laptop Go 2 continues this tradition and helps ensure that you’ll have a productive workday from virtually anywhere.

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