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Published on Jan 20, 2017
Lisa Gade reviews Surface Studio, Microsoft’s first desktop computer. It’s not just a desktop PC, it’s a specialized artist’s and photographer's workstation with a 28” PixelSense IPS 5K display running at 4,500 x 3,000 resolution (192 PPI) that supports both touch and the included N-Trig Surface pen. The display’s angle is easily adjustable down to 20 degrees (nearly flat) via the “zero gravity” hinge.
The brains are in the base, and the all-in-one desktop is available with 6th generation Intel Core i5/ i7 45 watt laptop CPUs and NVIDIA GTX 965M or GTX 980M dedicated graphics. The base $3,000 model has 8 gigs of DDR4 RAM and the $3,500 and $4,200 models have 16 gigs of RAM. 4 USB 3.0 ports, an SD card slot, headphone jack and mini DisplayPort are standard and the machine has Ethernet and WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth. The Bluetooth keyboard and mouse are included, but the Surface Dial is a separate purchase.