Microsoft has just introduced its new category in the Surface family: Microsoft Surface Studio. It is a desktop, but honestly, it's really more than just that.
"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."
It is definitely redefining the concept of desktop according to one of the video and I think so too.
That touchscreen display is contained in an aluminum enclosure and measures 28 inches across. The display outputs 13.5 million pixels, according to Panay, which is 63 percent more than a 4K television. That is awesome and it is at 12.5mm.
The Studio's hinge allows for the display to be adjusted to a near-flat orientation, just as what you will see in the video.
Just as its Surface family, you will be able to get the Surface pen and there is a new accessory, which looks extremely cool....the Surface dial.
It can be placed directly on the Studio to trigger menus and other features like adjusting volume, screen brightness, or scrolling through a document. There's also built-in palm rejection for the touchscreen, allowing users to avoid false inputs and interact with the Studio comfortably.