Microsoft’s nifty Surface Go tablet PC with LTE support has arrived in Canada, enabling its users to access internet everywhere.

Device specs at a glance

DeviceSurface Go LTE consumerSurface Go LTE commercial
ProcessorIntel Pentium Gold 4415Y
GraphicsIntel UHD Graphics 615
RAMUp to 8GB
Storage128GBUp to 256GB
Display10″ PixelSense display 1,800 x 1,200
  • 1x USB-C
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • 1x Surface Connect port
  • MicroSDXC card reader
Price$879Starting at $949

The Surface Go is Microsoft’s 10″ tablet PC focused on portability and battery life. Its dual-core, 6W TDP processor is designed to sip power while handling light productivity tasks on the go. Like the larger, more powerful Surface Pro 6, the Surface Go can be paired with a Microsoft TypeCover and is compatible with the Surface Pen.

The new Surfaces come in one consumer model and two commercial┬ámodels. While they’re physically identical, the commercial model comes with extended support and warranty.

The Surface Go with LTE starts at $879 for the consumer version equipped with the Intel 4415Y processor, 8GB of RAM, and 128GB SSD. That’s $180 more than the Surface Go with the same configuration without LTE. Commercial versions come with the more robust Windows 10 Pro operating system and start at $949 for the same configuration. All versions are available now for pre-order and will launch on Nov. 20.