At the Microsoft event last month there was no doubt that the company founded by Bill Gates is actually being way more innovative than Apple, after presenting the new Microsoft Surface Studio, an all-in-one computer with 28-inch touch screen (format 3: 2), 13.5 million pixels (68% more than a 4K display) and a thickness of only 12.5 millimeters.
The Surface Studio is a computer made for designers and illustrators who need to constantly change the color profiles of the screen (DCI-P3 to RGB) and tune details in large illustrations. The screen displays a resolution of 4500x3000px (192dpi) and can be tilted up to a 20 degree angle against the desktop to facilitate user tasks.
In addition Surface Studio comes with a keyboard, a stylus, and a innovative new peripheral called Surface Dial, which basically emulates a selector dial that we can place on the screen to carry out various functions, as you can see In action in the presentation video.
Microsoft Surface Studio has a price starting at $2999 with a sixth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 1TB hard drive, 8GB of RAM and a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M GPU with 2GB of memory. You can upgrade the processor to a Core i7 for an additional $500 and the most powerful model has a price of $4200 integrating 2TB hard drive, 32GB of RAM and a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M GPU with 4GB of GDDR5 memory.
If you want more information about the Microsoft Surface Studio you can visit the following official link: microsoft.com
Microsoft with Surface Studio gives Apple a innovative lesson. Apple has always been recognized for innovating in the field of technology, but having lost the touch of Steve Jobs maybe made it harder for them to continue this innovation legacy.
Microsoft Surface Studio will begin shipping in the market in early 2017.