Microsoft’s all-new Surface Laptop Studio is the most powerful Surface the company has built thus far, and features an innovative Dynamic Woven Hinge that allows for seamless transitions between Laptop, Stage as well as Studio modes. The first mode lets you type on a full-keyboard and Precision Haptic touchpad, while Stage pulls the 14.4-inch PixelSense touchscreen forward for gaming, streaming, docking or presentations. Lastly, Studio turns the device into a canvas for writing, sketching or other activities. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on review.
Priced from $1599.99 USD, the base Surface Laptop Studio features quad-core Intel Core i5-11300H processors, integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics, 16GB of RAM, and 256GB of internal storage. For those who want a decent gaming machine, you could opt for the quad-core Intel Core i7-11370H processor, 32GB of RAM, a 2TB SSD, and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti graphics with 4GB of GDDR6 RAM.
- Dominate the Game: With the 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10300H processor, your Nitro 5 is packed with incredible power for all your games
- RTX, It's On: The latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 (4GB dedicated GDDR6 VRAM) is powered by award-winning architecture with new Ray Tracing Cores, Tensor Cores, and streaming multiprocessors support DirectX 12 Ultimate for the ultimate gaming performance
- Visual Intensity: Explore game worlds in Full HD detail on the 15.6" widescreen LED-backlit IPS display with 1920 x 1080 resolution, 144Hz refresh rate and 80% screen-to-body, 16:9 aspect ratio
- Internal Specifications: 8GB DDR4 2933MHz Memory (2 DDR4 Slots Total, Maximum 32GB); 256GB NVMe SSD (2 x PCIe M.2 Slots, 1 x 2.5" Hard Drive Bay Available)
- Prioritize Your Gameplay: Killer Ethernet E2600 and Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 gives you an edge online by taking control of your network and prioritizing your gameplay
Today, on the threshold of Windows 11, we are revealing the largest update to the Surface portfolio in its history. With PixelSense displays, new pen technology, premium mics and cameras, powerful silicon and versatile form factors, the new Surface devices are designed to take Windows innovation to the next level,” said Pete Kyriacou, VP, Microsoft Devices.