Video: A closer look at the Surface Studio's Zero Gravity Hinge and more

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Microsoft today unveiled the new Surface Studio with a 28-inch 4.5K PixelSense display, Intel Core i7, GTX 980M GPU, 32GB of RAM, 2TB of SSD, and much more. One of the key features of the Surface Studio is its Zero Gravity Hinge which allows users to use the device in a “Studio Mode”. The Studio Mode allows users to tilt the display down to about 20-degree which makes interactions a lot easier with the Surface Pen, touch, and of course, the Surface Dial. This is all powered by Microsoft’s Zero Gravity Hinge technology. Today, we were able to get a closer look at how the Zero Gravity Hinge actually works, and you can know more about the technical details in the video below:

For those unfamiliar, the Surface Studio starts at $2,999 and you can pre-order one here. Additionally, you can pre-order the accessories for the Surface Studio from the links below:

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