The Surface Studio 2 is Microsoft’s beautiful all-singing, all-dancing, all-in-one desktop computer that is quite unlike anything else on the market. An artistic delight is the new Microsoft surface studio 2.
Here is the Microsoft Surface Studio 2 configuration:
CPU: 2.9GHz Intel Core i7-7820HQ (quad-core; 8MB cache; up to 3.9GHz Turbo Boost)
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 (8GB GDDR5); Intel HD Graphics 630
RAM: 32GB DDR4
Screen: 28.125-inch, (4,500 x 3,000) PixelSense Display
Storage: 1TB SSD (PCIe)
Ports: 1 x USB-C 3.1, 4 x USB 3.0, SD card reader, Gigabit Ethernet, headset jack
Connectivity: 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, Xbox Wireless
Camera: 5MP (1080p) Windows Hello camera
Weight: (9.56 kg)
Size (Display): 25.1×17.3×0.5 inches (637.35 x 438.90 x 12.50 mm; WxDxH)
Size (Base): 9.8×8.7×1.3 inches (250.00 x 220.00 x 232.20mm; WxDxH)
Pros: beautiful industrial design, huge and gorgeous screen, Surface Pen and Dial support, snappy performance, full-size SD card slot, USB-C, Windows Hello.
Cons: super expensive, only seventh gen Intel mobile chips, older graphics processor, no Thunderbolt 3, no HDR support, not upgradable.
Price :The Microsoft Surface Studio 2 stands on a costlier side starting at £3,549 with a GTX 1060, 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. Upgrading to a GTX 1070 and 32GB of RAM costs £4,249 or £4,749 with 2TB of storage.
For comparison, Apple’s 27in Retina 5K iMac starts at £1,749 and the iMac Pro starts at £4,899.Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 starts at £1,999 with a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 GPU.
Possibility it is the kind of computer you see in near-future science fiction and demands to be placed on some exquisite minimalist desk.