In the hardware space, Microsoft has been all about setting standards. It's done it for 2-in-1 laptops with the Surface Pro 4, and now it seems to have set the bar for all-in-one PCs with the Surface Studio. Just as the speculations and leaks foretold, the Surface Studio is a 28-inch all-in-one PC with comes with a new iteration on Microsoft's PixelSense display and a fresh all-new way to control the device in the Surface Dial.
Some sources said, iFixit has revealed that the Surface Studio's in an early teardown processor, GPU, and memory modules are all soldered to the motherboard, leaving little room for upgrades. On the lighter side, the hard drive and SSD are pretty simple enough to replace without too many grievances.
Microsoft Surface Studio Specs And Everything You Should Know
Not long thereafter adding Microsoft Surface Studio drivers and firmware to its Download Center, the company announced minimum requirements for its affordable Windows 10 VR headsets. If you were ever uptight about virtual reality support with Surface Studio, you'll be reassured to know that the all-in-one outweigh these specs with flying colors.
Those components powered by a quad-core Intel Core i7-6820HQ the processor at 2.7GHz, Nvidia's GTX 980M graphics chip with 4GB of memory, and equipped 32GB of RAM and a hybrid hard drive as big as 2TB or 128GB SSD
From its stunning touch display that can switch between DCI-P3 and sRGB color profiles in an instant to its powerful innards and clever design, Surface Studio is the most gorgeous and complete all-in-one we've ever seen.
Microsoft Surface Studio Price
You can already pre-order the Surface Studio right now, assuming you have a roughly of $2,999 or around £2,450, AU$3,920 ready. It doesn't come cheap, but for that price tag, you'll get an adjustable, 28-inch PixelSense display with a 6th-gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and comes with a2GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 965M GPU.