App developers share their thoughts about Surface Studio

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Microsoft today announced Surface Studio at its press event in NYC. Surface Studio is an entirely new device designed for the creative process. Its roomy and adjustable 28-inch PixelSense Display provides a huge canvas for all kinds of work. Position it upright to sketch, paint, and edit photos, or lay it flat to draw on it like a drafting table. It also comes supports Surface Dial, which allows you to simply click and hold it to display a radial menu of tools that make it easier and faster to work in applications like Adobe Creative Cloud, Bluebeam, and more. Microsoft is working with several app developers like Sketchable, Bluebeam and Mental Canvas on bringing their apps to Surface Studio. In the above video, they share their thoughts about this new category of device.

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  • Intel Core i5, 1TB SSD, 8GB RAM, GTX 956M 2GB GPU – $2999
  • Intel Core i7, 1TB SSD, 16GB RAM, GTX 956M 2GB GPU – $3499
  • Intel Core i7, 2TB SSD, 32GB RAM, GTX 980M 4GB GPU – $4199

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