After the introductions of Surface Lappop 5 and a powerful tablet with a caste processor Surface Pro 9, the United States company Microsoft introduced another new creation, a personal computer in the body of the Surface Studio 2 Plus monoblock.
The new one received a 28-inch PixelSense sensor display with a side ratio of 3:2, a 4500 x 3,000 pixels resolution and a stylus input support. The monoblock is based on the 11th generation Intel Core i7-11370H mobile processor with four kernels, eight streams and a tactical frequency of up to 4.8 GHz. 32 GB of operational memory and a permanent storage device for 1 TB are proposed.
There's even a discrete video map -- GeForce RTX 3060 with 6 GB of your own memory. The new one has an original design that allows the screen to be completely horizontal or completely vertical, as well as at any angles between these two positions. The model consists of three USB Type-C links with Thunderbolt 4 and the USB Type-A 3.1 pair.