Apple iMac has been dominant in the desktop arena, but now; it appears that it will have a great contender. Dubbed as Microsoft Surface Studio, this desktop from the Redmond-based company has the guts to beat Apple's much-owned PC.
According to The Verge, the Microsoft Surface Studio flaunts its stunning display and features. This desktop sport a 28-inch PixelSense display with 4500 x 3000 resolution and its amazing display can also be a giant tablet. With this specs, it appears that the latest desktop PC from Microsoft is trying to draw near with the iMac's oldest stronghold: its creatives.
The Microsoft Surface Studio's whole display is astonishingly thin and it just measures 13mm. This device can support touch as well as the Surface Pens that can be found on the tablet also. Aside from that, the Redmond-based company uses the so-called "zero-gravity hinge" to brace up the display. This will also allow a single finger to push the top of it making it move the display into dissimilar angles.
With these features, a freelance illustrator; Lawrence Mann stated in an interview that the based on the Microsoft Surface Studio's specs this could be a great choice in upgrading his device. Furthermore, he even said that this desktop from Microsoft is a good contender for Apple iMac.
In addition, a detailed review from Business Insider stated that comparing the Microsoft Surface Studio and Apple iMac is interesting. This was because both of the desktops from Microsoft and Apple certainly share a design sensibility.
Reports also suggest that the Microsoft Surface Studio is a huge and beautiful 28-inch touchscreen display which is accompanied by a wireless keyboard and mouse. When it comes with the price, the first ever desktop from the Redmond-based company is expected to costs starting at US$2,999.
As Microsoft Corporation releases the Microsoft Surface Studio, it will surely create a great competition with Apple's iMac. Also, for those who wanted to upgrade their desktops, it will be a good option.