Microsoft introduced Surface Studio 2 Plus, a monoblock with a 28-inch sensor screen, an old Intel chip and a $4,300 price

Microsoft introduced Surface Studio 2 Plus, a monoblock with a 28-inch sensor screen, an old Intel c

Microsoft has not updated its surface Studio single desktop computer for four years. Finally, the manufacturer introduced the new Surface Studio 2 Plus, which is very similar to the 2018 Surface Studio 2 model, but contains a more modern and powerful filler inside the monoblock.

Surface Studio 2 Plus has only one configuration. The system is based on the Intel Core i7-11370H mobile processor with four kernels, eight streams, a frequency up to 4.8 GHz and a TDP of 45 W. This chip belongs to the 11th generation of Core processors.

The graphic subsystem here is controlled by the mobile GeForce RTX 3060 with 6 Gbytes of memory. The Surface Studio 2 Monophone PC offers 32 Gbytes of the operational memory of the DDR4 standard, as well as a solid storage device of 1 Tbyte.

The main advantage of Microsoft Surface Studio 2 Plus is the screen. The computer received a 28-inch PixelSense sensor display with a 3-2 side ratio and a 4500 x 3,000 Pixel resolution. It supports Dolby Vision image technology. The screen can be interfaced with the screen using a digital pen.

The new equipment also includes three USB Type-C distributions supported by Thunderbolt 4, USB Type-A 3.1 pair, a 3.5-mm audio output and a gigabit network adapter. The manufacturer also supports Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.1 wireless standards for Surface Studio 2 Plus, a web camera supported by resolution 1080p, and a pair of microphones and dynams with Dolby Atmos technology.

The company valued Surface Studio 2 Plus as $4,300, and also included the Surface Pen electronic pen, keyboard and mouse as part of the single-box package.