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The Surface Studio Is The Latest Hinge In Microsoft’s Surface Lineup

Microsoft’s main push with Surface Studio is all about creativity, with a huge focus on 3D. Its unveiling comes alongside the announcement of the new Windows 10 Creators Update. This device represents Microsoft’s idea of future computing, with the ‘natural and immersive’ way to create, according to Terry Myerson, executive vice president of Microsoft’s Windows and Devices Group.

Surface Studio Display:

Microsoft’s Surface Studio is a bold device. Ostensibly an all-in-one PC, it’s also a major play at winning a more creatives over to the Windows way of life.


The bulk of the Surface Studio is a 28-inch display mounted on a pair of ‘zero gravity’ hinges that allow it to act as a regular monitor or fold down into a ‘Studio mode’ for a writing and drawing surface. In addition to 10-point multitouch, the display enables for interaction with a Surface Pen and a new accessory called the Surface Dial — a small metal puck which can be placed against the screen and rotated. The display runs at an ultrahigh resolution (4,500 x 3,000) and can switch between the wide DCI-P3 color gamut and more common sRGB with the push of a button — a useful feature enabling designers to see what their creations will look like on other devices.

Surface Studio Specs:

When it comes to specs of the Surface Studio, they are breathtaking, as well. This device sports a Quad-core 6th Generation Intel Core processor, and a powerful nNVIDIA GeForce graphics card with up to 4 GB memory, and has up to 2 TB of storage space. With these specs, the Studio can satisfy even the needs of the most demanding customers.

Surface Studio Features:

28-inch 4500 x 3000 PixelSense LCD, 3:2 aspect ratio, Adobe sRGB and DCI-P color settings, 10-point multitouch
6th generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7
GeForce GTX 965M 2 GB (in Core i5 Studio) or GTX 980M 4GB (in Core i7 Studio)
1 TB or 2 TB hybrid drive
8 GB, 16 GB, or 32 GB of RAM
Stereo 2.1 Dolby audio
5MP front camera with the Windows Hello support, 1080p video rear camera
 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0
I/O: 4 × USB 3.0 (one high power), 3.5mm headphone jack, SD card slot, Ethernet, Mini DisplayPort

Surface Studio Price:

Microsoft said the Surface Studio’s base model with 1 TB storage, Intel Core i5 processor, and 8 GB RAM will cost $2,999. On the other hand, the variant with 1 TB storage, Intel Core i7 processor, and 16 GB RAM has been priced at $3,499. The top model, which comes with 2 TB storage, Intel Core i7 processor, and 32 GB RAM, will carry a price tag of $4,199.

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