While the new Surface Pro is making headlines today, Microsoft revealed some other interesting Surface hardware news as well: Surface Studio and Surface Laptop are now heading to new markets.
Recent Surface Studio Stories
Microsoft today announced that a number of third-party creativity apps have been updated to support Surface Dial and its unique capabilities.
The other day, I revealed the first concrete information about the next version of Surface Pro. Today, I'd like to expand on that a bit by thinking through what this information means for Surface and the Spring hardware event.
Microsoft will bring Surface Studio, Surface Dial, and Surface Book with Performance Base to more markets in April. So none of these devices will be updated anytime soon.
The Surface Studio is a lot more than a pretty machine, it is Microsoft at its best when it comes to exploring new boundaries.
A new series of Microsoft videos provides an inside peek at its rationale for the design and implementation of Surface Studio.
At least two Surface devices are receiving firmware updates today. Among them is the first-ever firmware update for Surface Studio.
A Digitimes report states that sales of Microsoft's stratospherically-priced Surface Studio PCs are better than expected.
If you purchased a Surface Studio, the device is now shipping and Microsoft has a private phone line for support to make sure your new device is perfect.
If you ordered a Surface Studio, check your inbox; Microsoft has started sending out notifications that they will be shipping the devices in the near future.
Anyone still pining away for a Surface phone just got some good news in the form of the Surface Studio. If Microsoft will ship that device, a phone is almost a given.
Microsoft enthusiasts are understandably going ga-ga over the expensive Surface Studio. But in doing so, they're missing out on the bigger Surface innovation: Surface Dial.
Surface Studio is a stunner, with its 28-inch liquid-smooth 4.5K display. But only the one percent can afford this device. And I don't quite see the point.
A day after the announcement of the Surface Studio, it’s time to fully digest the new device and take a closer look at what this device, and isn’t.
Microsoft rolled out its new All-in-One PC at a Windows 10 event today in New York. But at $3000 and up, Surface Studio will appeal to a very limited audience.