Microsoft announces high-end Surface Studio all-in-one PC and Surface Dial

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#1

We’ve just posted the following news: Microsoft announces high-end Surface Studio all-in-one PC and Surface Dial[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2016/10/Surface_Studio_Overview_2_HeroFullBleed_V1-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

Microsoft today announced its already rumored all-in-one PC, the Surface Studio. The device has a 28" Pixelsense touch screen that is only 12.5mm thick and can be tilted to e.g. draw on it like a tablet. Microsoft also announced a new input method, the Surface Dial.

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#2

[QUOTE=DoMiN8ToR;2782727]We’ve just posted the following news: Microsoft announces high-end Surface Studio all-in-one PC and Surface Dial[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2016/10/Surface_Studio_Overview_2_HeroFullBleed_V1-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

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And yet the sales still go into negative territory.


#3

Nice PC bit a bit outside my price range…


#4

Really nice but the real value is just in the display. They should have sold it as a monitor only and let people hook whatever PC they wish to it.


#5

So, this “dial”… it’s a fairly unnecessary gimmick that runs on disposable batteries and costs $99. I’d rather get a mouse and/or keyboard, preferably with wires (I never did like wireless mice and keyboards, partially because I don’t like buying new batteries).

PS: I’ll bet it’s only a matter of time before someone writes a “dial emulator” that runs on smart phones.


#6

[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2782865]So, this “dial”… it’s a fairly unnecessary gimmick that runs on disposable batteries and costs $99. I’d rather get a mouse and/or keyboard, preferably with wires (I never did like wireless mice and keyboards, partially because I don’t like buying new batteries).

PS: I’ll bet it’s only a matter of time before someone writes a “dial emulator” that runs on smart phones.[/QUOTE]
My Logitech wireless mouse/keyboard combo has worked fine gaming and everyday usage. So alot depends if you want good mouse/keyboard combo expect to pay a pretty penny for them if you want QC.


#7

Good luck with those prices !