Microsoft Surface Studio: First All-In-One PC With Powerful Accessories, Price Starts At $3,000
In New York, Microsoft revealed its new first ever desktop computer after months of floating speculations and leaks. The Microsoft Surface Studio is a beautiful all-in-one computer with the breathtaking goal that brings a new life of a boring old desktop computer.
According to Microsoft, the Microsoft Surface Studio is intended for the creative process with a 28-inch PixelSense Display that gives the user a huge canvas for different types of work. Just like iMac, Surface Studio is also an all-in-one PC but Microsoft wanted it to do a lot more than just sitting at the desk.
Microsoft Surface Studio is a giant gorgeous touchscreen display that comes with a wireless keyboard and mouse. It is has a fabulous enough processing power to handle all the tabs, Slack chats, and Steam windows. It also comes with a Surface Pen stylus that can clips to the side, just like the Surface Pro 4 tablet and Surface Book laptop.
TNW indicated that there is a choice between an Intel Core i5 and i7 processor, and also has a Nvidia 980 4GB GPU, 32GB RAM, and 2TB storage. The Microsoft Surface Studio will also have a 2.1 virtual surround speakers and a power supply that is integrated into the base.
In terms of the included Bluetooth mouse and keyboard, it is a perfect partner as it sculpted for the hands and elegantly designed for a simple workspace. On its powerful accessories, Microsoft Surface Studio also includes a new Surface Dial knob, it features a haptic feedback that gives an additional tactility as well by simply planting it on screen and will have a radial controls that appears to provide a variety of controls that also work with any Windows 10 PC.
The Microsoft Surface Studio can be flattened until 20-degree angle, which is perfectly fit for sketching and taking notes. As for the display, Microsoft Surface Studio has the thinnest ever LCD monitor that has a 13.5 million pixels.