The Microsoft Surface Studio Features the World’s Thinnest Monitor

October 30, 2016

Microsoft finally unveiled the desktop addition to the Surface line, and it’s every bit the iMac killer it was touted to be. The Surface Studio has plenty of features to make it one of the coolest computers every created. 28” PixelSense Display with 13.5 million pixels of true-to-life color and clarity in an incredibly thin, 12.5mm thick package. Adjustable display that can be used vertically like a traditional monitor or drawn on like a drafting table. Intel processor, NVIDIA GPU and up to 32GB of RAM. Full touch input, along with keyboard/mouse and pen functionality. As if these features weren’t enough to get any creative a little weak in the knees, Surface Studio will also work with the new supplemental Surface Dial accessory that gives you access to a rotary control of secondary menu options, color wheels, etc. Apple better have something pretty revolutionary in the works or plenty of people will be skipping the next iMac. More details HERE.

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