Microsoft unveiled a Surface studio branded AIO (all-in-one) Personal computer this Wednesday. The 26 October event took place in the New York City. It broke the suspense among the Microsoft fans with its incredibly beautiful products. Before the launch, nobody even heard rumors of possible names for the device until the day of launch. Their awesomeness was so overwhelming that almost the gadget freaks shocked with the consequent surprises.
One among those jaw dropping features is the surface studio. In a simpler sense, it is just an updated version of the commonly used paint app. I can say that the device has an extremely advanced update because the feature allows you to paint in 3D.
“We totally believe that Surface changes the way you produce, the way you create, the way you learn,” said Panos Panay, who leads Microsoft’s devices team. “The product I’m going to show you is all of that — but it’s one step further. It’s going to seem familiar, but it’s going to feel different.”
The surface studio stretches its features on an extremely thin 12.5mm screen. To mention, this is the world’s first display ever built. The output of the screen is 13.5 megapixels which are far better than a 4K television. The device features an expanded color output which Microsoft has nicknamed as “true color.”
The device has an aspect ratio of 3:2 with 192 pixels per inch. It comes with a Nvidia GTX 980M Graphic Processing Unit. It has got the best screen quality in its class. The surface Studio’s hinge lets the display adjust to a near-flat orientation.
The Studio supports a variety of input devices. One among those input devices is the Surface Pen. It is a new accessory which one can place directly on the Studio to trigger menu and features.
The surface PC flaunts its awesomeness with a huge focus on 3D. The launch comes along with the announcement of Windows 10 Creators Update. The Creators Update aims to make a 3D content quick and easy for the Windows 10 users. It will include the biggest update to the standard Paint application which has now become the Paint 3D. “Over the next year, you will see us integrate 3D across our most popular Microsoft applications,” said Megan Saunders ensuring a big blast in the technology industry.
Another type of input for the Surface Studio is the Surface Dial. It looks like a tiny silver hockey puck. Microsoft says it has integrated control for Windows right into it. One can erase and reproduce some on screenwriting easily by just turning the Dial. It can also act as a scroll wheel. The Microsoft Pen and Dial can also render zoom in and zoom out services besides helping to rotate the screen.
The best among all the Microsoft surprises is that the surface studio sells at a starting price of $2999
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