Finally, digital artists, designers, engineers can get more creative with ‘Surface Studio.’ This latest technological new wonder comes in different models; 1TB / Intel Core i5 – 8GB RAM / 2GB GPU, created by Microsoft.
With Surface Studio, creative professionals will have no need for drawing board, canvases, paints, pencils/marker, brushes etc.. for their works. It’s an all-in-one machine.
About Surface Studio
The Surface Studio is a Microsoft’s vision for the future of computing, with an incredibly thin, vibrant 28-inch LCD panel, zero-gravity hinge that lets you move it from standard desktop position to a drawing surface with just one finger, and a base that houses everything needed to run the computer, with just a single power cable coming out of it.
Surface Studio works with Microsoft’s Surface Pen and the new Surface Dial, a puck-like device that can be rotated to control a variety of things. It’s even possible to put the Dial on the Studio’s screen itself, where a contextual menu allows you to select various options depending on your app. The 28-inch display is large and immersive and delivers more colour than 99% of the world’s desktop monitors, Microsoft claims.
Microsoft also claimed it delivers 13.5 million pixels – or 192 pixels per inch, which is 63% more than a 4K television. its display can easily be moved from upright Desktop Mode into Studio Mode, with the aid of Microsoft’s “Zero Gravity Hinge,” so that users can lean on the display as they work – just as they would an actual canvas – without interrupting their workflow, allowing them to visualise and develop ideas in a natural way.
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Release Date and Price
Surface Studio will begin shipping in limited quantities over Christmas, with broader availability to follow in early 2017, according to report by Mirror, UK. And it’s already on sale in the US for $2,999 (N945,433) starting November 10, 2016 – 2017.