Published on October 27th, 2016 | by Rob Kwong

Microsoft’s Surface Studio is an artist’s wet dream

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Microsoft had a couple of announcements yesterday but a big one was the new Surface Studio. It’s a 28-inch all-in-one computer, one of their first endeavors into the desktop world. The very minimalist and sleek design seems like a page from Apple, HP and Dells book. The 28-inch PixelSense display is capable of showing off over a billion different colors, every artist/photographer/videographer’s dream. A wireless keyboard and mouse come standard as most computers do, but the nice addition to the Studio is the Surface Dial and Surface Pen. Just like a chisel needs a hammer, the Dial is another tool in your work bench. The Dial gives you the ability to cycle through color schemes or changing zoom levels as easily as placing the Dial on the screen itself or on the table and rotating the Dial. The large display is able to swivel down to become an artist’s easel so you can get up close and personal with all your work.

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The Studio will come in three flavors:

Intel Core i5
8GB of RAM
Nvidia GeForce GTX 965M with 2GB of RAM
1TB HD
Price: $2,999

Intel Core i7
16GB of RAM
Nvidia GeForce GTX 965M with 2GB of RAM
2TB HD
Price: $3,499

Intel Core i7
32GB of RAM
Nvidia GeForce 980M with 4GB of RAM
2TB HD
Price: $4,199

The Surface Studio will be available for preorder October 26 and will ship in December.

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Rob Kwong

[Managing Editor] Have always had a love for everything games. I always need a fix for some Call of Duty or some kind of FPS that never seems to get filled.



One Response to Microsoft’s Surface Studio is an artist’s wet dream

  1. cialis says:

    G+) button, and you’ll get a discount for the purchase of cialis Soft at that.

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