We carry several months talking about the possible launch of an AIO (All-in-one) of Microsoft. After months of rumors and speculations Microsoft has presented officially the Surface Studio a spectacular AIO with screen touch that us allows change the tilt of the screen according to our needs. Screen Surface Studio is 28 inches and uses Pixel Sense technology with a resolution above 4 k, 3840 x 2160 (13.5 million pixels) and touch with what can make use of the Surface Pen supporting us on the screen. But others for ease of use this AIO is accompanied by the SurfaceDial, a small cylinder that allows us to interact located on the screen or through the menus from the outside of it as if it were a touchpad.
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While this new device is destined to a niche very concrete, them boys of Redmond is have endeavored to the Max to create an AIO that us allows from create a simple document of text to create spectacular drawings thanks to the Surface Pen and the Surface Dial. As can see in the video, to the place the Surface Dial on the screen, automatically is shows a palette of colors to select the color that need, either change the brush to draw.
Despite integrating a 28 inch screen, the set is very fine, because only measures 12.5 mm thick. This equipment to the movable monitor offers a versatility that currently we can not find in any other device on the market, since according to our needs, we can even locate the display fully in horizontal either slightly vertical.
Specifications of the Surface Studio
- 28 inch touchscreen with a resolution of 3.840 x 2.160 pixels with a 3:2 aspect ratio
- Intel Core i5 / i7 Kaby Lake
- Graphics dedicated NVIDIA GeoForce GTX 980 M
- Memory RAM: from 8 to 32 GB DDR4
- 4 ports USB 3.0
- Ethernet port
- Mini Display Port
- SD card slot
- Price: Starting at $2.999.