Microsoft’s Surface Studio Is Designed For The Creative Process

$2,999+

With the progression of our computational abilities, we are seeing more powerful machines that allow us to create on a completely different level. Well, Microsoft’s Surface Studio gives you a brilliant platform to create on.

The Surface Studio is aimed directly at artists, designers and all those that have creative pursuits in mind.

In addition to this, it is an amazing competitor to the iMac, and it comes with a variety of mind-blowing features.

Woman using the Microsoft Surface Studio

With a 28″ screen that also comes with a native resolution of 4500 x 3000 pixels, creating has never been easier. This also allows you to become absorbed in your work.

The Studio comes with an impressive 28” display that pulls you into your work. Sporting a native resolution of 4500 x 3000 pixels, this machine has a PPI of 192, that combines to give you 13.5 million colors that brings your images true-to-life coloration. It also has a 10-point multi-touch feature. Check out the video below.

Side view of the Microsoft Surface Studio

The screen itself is incredibly thin at only 12.5mm.

Another interesting feature lays in the Zero Gravity Hinge. This essentially allows you to tilt the entire Studio into a massive tablet. In the “Studio Mode”, it allows you to easily draw and sketch with the Surface Pen. The pen itself has 1024 different levels of pressure sensitivity and comes with a 12-month battery life.

View of someone using the Surface Dial in addition to the Surface Pen

The Surface Dial allows you to easily access tools that are particular to your project while the Surface Pen allows you to easily draw and create.

If that isn’t impressive enough yet, you can purchase the Studio with a variety of powerful hardware. This hardware ranges from a 1TB – 2TB hard drive, an i5 or i7 Processor, 4GB of NVIDIA GeForce GPU and up to 32GB of RAM.

It also comes with a variety of accessories, such as the Surface Dial that allows you to customize your tools. The Surface Ergonomic Keyboard that protects your wrist, and, of course, the Surface Mouse.

Get it from Microsoft here.

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