Best Surface Go microSD Cards Windows Central 2020
Microsoft’s Surface Go, and Surface Go 2 ultraportable 2-in-1 PCs are compact alternatives to the Surface Pro. They come with built-in SSD or eMMC storage, which can be boosted by adding a microSD card in the reader. Here are the best microSD cards available for the Surface Go and Surface Go 2 to make storage expansion as easy as possible.
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The Surface Go and Surface Go 2‘s relatively limited storage space from the factory doesn’t have to be forever. Thanks to a built-in microSD card reader, you can expand storage without breaking the bank. All of the above options will work with your Surface Go and Go 2, but if you’re still wondering which one is best for most people, we can make a further recommendation.
Samsung is known for its reliable storage solutions, and its EVO Select lineup of microSD cards continues the trend. It’s reliable enough to come with a 10-year warranty, its U3 rating means read speeds up to 100 MB/s and write speeds up to 90 MB/s, and you’ll only pay around $25 for a card with 128GB of storage. For more money, you can go up to a 512GB card, which costs about $90.
If you’re interested in more information about how microSD cards work with your Surface Go, we compared performance numbers of some leading cards. And if you’re still looking for more great gear for your Surface Go or Go 2, be sure to have a look at our roundup of the best overall accessories available now.
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