Surface Studio, the very high priced Microsoft’s all-around PC solution, was launched back in October and stole the show with its impeccable specifications and design. The device managed to secure a decent number of pre-orders that Microsoft has just started fulfilling. Along with generating an email to all pre-orders, it also notified them of the shipping process.
Your new Surface Studio is almost here. Good news, your new Surface Studio is available early. We will be processing payment and shipping your new Surface Studio the week of November 21, 2016. You will receive a shipping notification once your order is processed.
The shipment is to begin sometime in the coming week. For those who pre-ordered it in its launch week, they should be getting their hands on it very soon. For the rest, you can grab a brand new Surface Studio from Microsoft’s Online store starting early 2017, including the top-of-the-range configuration with 2 TB storage space, 32 GB RAM, and Intel Core i7 processor for $4,199. Pre-ordering the machine right now nets users a free Surface Dial, the revolutionary accessory that would otherwise be available separately for $99.
A brief review:
Critics have reviewed the device as a must-have. Acquiring mostly positive reviews, the Surface Studio possesses not just a uniquely minimalistic design, but a dynamic large screen which makes it perfect for consumers with an artistic taste.
The machine has everything you can expect from an All-in-One device — there’s no doubting that — but that does not make up for its steep price tag, given the fact its internal specs are nothing outstanding and there availability of devices on the market with similar or better specifications at a much more reasonable cost. Nonetheless, the device’s pen capabilities were well-developed along with several other aspects, making it one of the most powerful computers available.
Microsoft’s Surface Studio ships from early next year. You can pre-order it and its accessories from the links below:
- Surface Studio – $2,999.99
- Surface Keyboard – $129.99
- Surface Ergonomic Keyboard – $129.99
- Surface Mouse – $49.99
- Surface Dial – $99.99
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