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In a crazy week of announcements by Microsoft, Apple and Google the highlight must go entirely for the new Microsoft Surface Studio, the evolution of the Surface Pro for a desktop solution. With a 28” touchscreen display, it offers 13.5 million visible pixels paired with an insane 1100:1 contrast ratio. It’s also the world’s thinnest LCD touchscreen ever made and is housed in an extra tough forged aluminum enclosure. The display can also be adjusted from an upright position to a more ergonomic reclined position for when you are using the touchscreen for games, art, or otherwise.
Surface Studio are equipped with quad-core 6th generation Intel Core processors, an NVIDIA GeForce GPU with up to 4GB of GDDR5 memory, and an up to 2 terabyte hard drive. It also comes with a simple stylus and the Surface Dial, a new “wireless rotational peripheral with adaptive haptic feedback and 3,600 points of precision” that can be used in conjunction with creative programs to create a more seamless experience.
And after the initial launch and if you were hoping to get your hands on a Surface Studio, you’re going to have a bit of a wait on your hands, demand has been such that Microsoft will now not be shipping newly ordered devices until early in the New Year. The Surface Studio will go on sale in the US for $2,999. Additional information and purchase is available from Microsoft here.