Microsoft Surface Studio is created for designers, photographers, and videographers. Microsoft call this smart baby “TrueColor.” It’s comes with 3:2 aspect ratio display with 192 ppi (pixels per inch). This new smart device powered by Intel’s 6th generation processors, equipped with graphics-wise, while the premium model has an Nvidia GTX 980M GPU, and also with a 965M in the lower-priced configurations.
The Studio’s comes with a hinge that allows the display to be adjusted up to 20-degree, which convenient for drawing or marking up Word documents.
“These chrome arms were meant to completely fade into the background,” said Panay.
The Surface Studio can be used along with a variety of peripherals including a new radial accessory, Surface Pen and the Surface Dial, that can be placed directly on the Studio to trigger menus and other features like adjusting screen brightness, scrolling through a document or volume.
The studios has also built-in palm rejection for the touch screen, allowing users to avoid false inputs and interact with the Studio comfortably.
Microsoft Surface Studio has numerous connectivity options includes; audio, ethernet, Mini DisplayPort, SD card, and 4 USB 3.0 ports. This device has a built in microphone array, making it easy to activate Cortana, the built-in Windows 10 assistant, from across the room.
The Surface Studio is all about creativity, with large focus on 3D. The Creators Update aims to make creating 3D content quick and easy for their Windows 10 users. The full specs for Surface Studio are as follows:
You can pre-order Microsoft Surface Studio before December 1st, 2016 and receive a Surface Dial. It will be shipped in 2017.