The Surface Studio is coming to 13 more markets starting June 15, including the U.K., France, and China.

If you've been waiting for the Surface Studio to become available outside of the United States, we have some good news. At an event in China today, Microsoft announced that it will be making the Surface Studio available in 13 new markets very soon, widening the availability of the hardware and allowing for even more people to grab one.

The Surface Studio was unveiled and released in late 2016, so it's great to finally see the hardware make its way to new markets. Up until now, the Surface Studio had only been available in limited quantities in limited markets, making it very difficult for anyone outside of those markets to buy one. Now, however, with the Surface Studio arriving in 13 new markets, it should be much more widely available.

New Surface Studio availability

Surface Studio is now up for preorder in the following markets:

  • Austria.
  • China.
  • Denmark.
  • Finland.
  • France.
  • Germany.
  • Hong Kong.
  • Japan.
  • Netherlands.
  • Norway.
  • Sweden.
  • Switzerland.
  • U.K.

Microsoft says the Surface Studio is a new class of device that's designed to transform from a workstation into a digital canvas for creating. It also rocks the thinnest LCD display ever built for a PC, with an incredibly high-quality screen that's like no other on an all-in-one computer.

The Surface Studio is available for preorder in those new markets starting today and will go on sale on June 15, alongside the new Surface Pro and Surface Laptop. June 15 will be a big day for Surface fans it seems, if you're planning to buy all three new Surface's, you're going to be in for a joyous day of unboxing new hardware!

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