Microsoft presented some amazing new products at yesterday’s Microsoft Event in New York City. As the company decided to turn its focus towards professionals and creators, new products and features are also designed to boost people’s creativity and productivity.
Two biggest stars of the event, besides the third major update for Windows 10 and its upcoming features, were two new powerful, innovative devices from Microsoft’s workshop. These devices are the most powerful laptop from the Surface line, the Surface Book i7, and Microsoft’s first ever all-in-one PC, the Surface Studio.
Some people actually expected the Surface Book 2, but Microsoft decided to improve what it already has. The company is proud to present the brand new 16-hours battery life of this laptop along with more powerful specs than those in last year’s Surface Book devices. The new Surface Book features the 6th gen Intel core processor, 8/16GB of RAM, and a powerful NVIDIA GeForce GPU.
The Surface Studio represents a revolution in the world of all-in-ones. This powerful device features an incredibly thin 28-inch PixelSense Display, with 13.5 million pixels. a Core i7, 32GB RAM, 2TB storage, and a GTX 980M graphics card. The device is aimed at professionals and artists who want to enhance their work with this powerful, feature-rich workstation.
Microsoft’s employees demonstrated the amazing capabilities of both new devices on stage. Judging by what we saw, both Surface Book i7 and Surface Studio are for advanced users and sports advanced pricing: The Surface Studio starts at $2,999 while the Surface Book i7 can be purchased for $2,399.
Both devices are available for pre-order, so if you want to reserve your new Windows 10-powered workstation, you better hurry up because the offer is limited. Pre-orders for both devices have already started, with the Surface Book being shipped on November 10 while the Surface Studio will arrive during holidays.
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