Microsoft announced a new and more powerful Surface Book, as well as the new Surface Studio all-in-one PC. We'll be taking a look at how you can pre-order everything that was announced, should you be on the look for a new Surface Book or need to transform your desktop experience into a more creative environment.
The Surface Studio is Microsoft's answer to the calls for the company to release a new product similar to the original Surface shown off back in 2012. Sporting a 28" PixelSense display with an aspect ratio of 3:2, built into the thinnest LCD ever on an all-in-one, it's quite the product announcement. The Surface Studio itself also sports 32GB DDR4 RAM, an Intel i7 CPU and a 2TB hybrid storage drive. Prices commence at $2999, with the top-spec model being priced at $4199.
The Surface Book has been refreshed with a new, more powerful variant added to the family. This new configuration sports increased graphics power and battery life, which reportedly lasts up to 16 hours. Pre-orders kick off today at $2,399.
As well as the two new products, Microsoft has also rolled out some new accessories, including a mouse, keyboard (with fingerprint ID scanner variant!) and Surface Dial.
- Pre-order the Surface Dial
- Pre-order the Surface Keyboard
- Pre-order the Surface Ergonomic Keyboard
- Pre-order the Surface Mouse
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