Microsoft released the Surface Go this summer. The device is aimed at students and other light users. For starters, the tablet has a 10-inch screen, integrated kickstand, Windows 10, and a similar design to the Surface Pro, and starts at $399. The Surface Go LTE will start shipping from November 20.

Microsoft had said that the LTE version will be available later this year and now it is finally available for pre-orders. The LTE tablet will cost  $679 and includes 128 GB Storage, 8 GB RAM, and the same Pentium Gold 4415Y processor.

The LTE version costs $130 more than the non-LTE top-end model. Furthermore, Microsoft is charging business users $729 for the LTE model, and they can also pick up a version with 256GB of storage for $829. The business version ships with Windows 10 Pro whereas the consumer version ships with Windows 10 S. Windows 10 S allows users to download apps which are available only on the Microsoft Store although you can upgrade to Windows 10 Home for free.

Carriers supporting the Surface Go LTE are AT&T, Verizon, DoCoMo, SoftBank, KDDI, EE UK, Vodafone UK, and Sprint. You can pre-order Surface Go LTE by clicking here.