That’s right, you can cough up as little as two Benjamins for a grand total of four products for the next few days (or until stocks run out), with the tablet itself of course shipping in refurbished condition alongside a less-than-ideal three-month Woot limited warranty.
The first-gen Surface Go, of course, is no longer a powerhouse, packing an outdated Intel Pentium 4415Y processor and a fairly modest 4 gigs of RAM paired with sluggish 64GB eMMC storage in an entry-level configuration.
But for just $259.99, you can upgrade the memory count to a generous 8GB and also get a speedy 128GB solid-state drive. The 128 gig SSD can be combined with 4GB RAM as well at $229.99, and all three prices include all three handy accessories mentioned above.
Then you have a sharp PixelSense touchscreen with a resolution of 1800 x 1200 pixels, solid battery life of up to 9 hours on a single charge, and a full range of ports covering everything from USB-C to 3.5mm audio and microSD storage expansion. Now that’s what we call a versatile and productive bargain!