For many years now Apple products have been the envy of design conscious consumers. Even the fact that they are manufactured in China and the mark up is extraordinarily high hasn’t deterred buyers. Ultimately this is because all of their computers are beautifully conceived and have a modern minimalistic appearance. They are also fabricated from high quality materials like aluminum rather than plastic.
Recently a friend of mine (a respected magazine editor) commented on the new Surface Studio from Microsoft. It is no surprise to me that a company of this magnitude would want to actively compete with Apple. Certainly this amazing product is a serious rival to the iMac and aesthetically is as good as it gets. The sleek aluminum façade is uncluttered and is very understated. Therefore, it will look great in even the best contemporary architect designed home.
What makes the Surface Studio so extraordinary is the ultra slim line 28” PixelSense™ Display, that is composed of 13.5 million pixels. This amazing feature will assist even the most pedantic artist to create their dreams. The ergonomic design is also very adaptable so it can be positioned to suit. If you purchase the top of the range model you get a 6th generation Intel i7 core processor with 32GB Ram and a NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 980M 4GB GDDR5 memory card. However, it is pertinent to mention that all this phenomenal technology will cost you in excess of $4,199.
The Surface Studio is supplied with a range of accessories like a keyboard, pen and mouse as standard. For an extra $99 you can also purchase the Surface dial, which actively works with a special range of Apps.