Today Microsoft unveiled a completely new product for them.

Called the Surface Studio, it is the companies first all-in-one computer that has been designed in house.

It features a forged aluminum enclosure that house the thinnest LCD monitor that has ever been built according to Microsoft, with a 12.5mm thin touch screen monitor in total, making it the thinnest monitor that is currently available.

That monitor is a 28-inch PixelSense display that can push up to 13.5 million pixels, which is more than 60% more pixels than 4K. It also uses Microsoft’s TrueColor, which will render the most vibrant colours possible, which should mean that the screen will help you create in a way that it is meant to be seen in real-life.

The display is also a 3:2 aspect ratio, and shows 192 pixels-per-inch, and it features technology that Microsoft calls True Scale, meaning that the device can scale content to true life, one such example was a Microsoft Word document that scales to the same A4 page in real life.

Inside of this AIO, Microsoft has included a Core i7 processor, 32GB of memory and more, all built into a box that has just one cable that comes out of the back of it.

Surface Studio also comes with a mic array on top to allow you to easily work with Cortana, as well as provide you with great microphone quality with applications like Skype. It also features an HD camera for that same compatibility, with Windows Hello compatibility.

Microsoft wants the Surface Studio be for the creator, mixing with the upcoming Windows 10 Creator’s Update.

You can pre-order the Microsoft Surface Studio today, it will be available for from $2,999 with limited quantities to be made available this holiday.

Microsoft will also be showing it off in their stores.

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