Tech giant, Microsoft has just introduced the Surface Studio, its iMac-like first ever all-in-one Windows 10 PC. Gbam!!!
Microsoft says the Surface Studio is a new category of device designed to put users at the centre of the creative process.
It features a 28-inch 192ppi display containing about 13.5 million individual pixels with Microsoft’s TrueColor technology. It can also tilt vertically to 25 degrees above a flat surface, for use as a drawing surface.
The other features of the Surface Studio includes: a quad-core Skylake 6th generation Intel processor, Nvidia 980M GPU, 2TB hard drive, a mini DisplayPort, 2.1 surround sound speakers.
At the base, the Surface Studio contains an SD card reader, 4 USB 3.0 ports and Gigabit Ethernet as well. The Studio also comes with a wireless keyboard and mouse.
There’s also a new companion device called the Surface Dial. The Dial will allow you interact in different ways with onscreen content. Immediately you place the Dial on the screen of the Surface Studio, a radial menu pops up and you can then interact with it.
The Dial is also available for sale as a separate purchase that can be used with older devices.
The Core i5 variant of the Surface Studio with 8GB of RAM costs $2,999 while the Core i7 variant with 32GB of RAM will retail for $4,199.