If you are total sucker for beautiful gadgets like me, I am sure the newly announced Microsoft Surface Studio is sure give a serious tech orgasm. And I am not even kidding. Like its mobile counterpart, the Microsoft Surface Studio is super thin – in fact, it is so thin that it is fall straight into our mind-blown category. Propping up the large 28-inch 4,500 by 3,000 multitouch PixelSense Display is a pair of sleek legs that allows for multiple angle adjustment – a la Apple iMac style and sandwiched between is CPU, which is equally impressive as far as design is concerned. Speaking of multiple adjustment, Microsoft Surface Studio allows the entire display to be folded down, turning it into a giant slate making it suitable for team discussion or as a drawing board of sort.

Microsoft Surface Studio All-In-One PC

Specs-wise, you get a choice between i5 and i7 Intel Core Processor, up to 32GB Random Access Memory and with up to 4GB VRAM from a NVIDIA GeForce GPU. Depending on the model you opt for, you may get up to 2TB storage. Graphics person would appreciate the inclusion of pressure sensitive Surface Pen and supports Surface Dial. The latter allows tasks ranging from volume adjustment to scrolling through menu to an on-screen color picker. The Microsoft Surface Studio will be hitting the stores this Fall in limited quantities but eager beavers who are afraid of missing out can secure themselves a unit or more starting from today. But be warned, it is no where near affordable, commanding a price of $2,999 to $4,199, depending on the hardware options.

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Microsoft Surface Studio All-In-One PC

Microsoft Surface Studio All-In-One PC

Microsoft Surface Studio All-In-One PC

Microsoft Surface Studio All-In-One PC

Microsoft Surface Studio All-In-One PC

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