Microsoft’s brand new Surface Studio all-in-one PC is downright impressive, whether we’re talking about its awesome display, outstanding internals or build quality. Starting off with the display, we can tell you that it flaunts a 28-inch PixelSense that include 13.5 million visible pixels complemented by a contrast ratio of 1100:1. This is the thinnest LCD touchscreen in the world, and it is encompassed in a very tough aluminum enclosure.
As for the internal hardware, it comprises quad-core 6th generation Intel Core processors and NVIDIA GeForce GPUs equipped with up to 4GB of GDDR5 memory. Other highlights include a stylus and a Surface Dial, which is a brand new wireless rotational peripheral with 3,600 points of precision and haptic feedback. Price-wise, this AIO will cost $2,999, which was to be expected given its outstanding performance.