Microsoft has already launched its new laptop, the Surface Laptop Studio, which it considers to be the most powerful laptop to date. The laptop was introduced in September 2021, along with other equipment, but only now it has been launched on the Portuguese market. The laptop is intended for programmers, designers, gamers and creators, which allows it to be used in various modes: as a traditional laptop, in presentation mode or in the studio.
The laptop has a 14.4-inch Pixelsense Flow display at 120Hz, which promises more fluid images in content production. It also has Quad Omnisonic and Dolby Atmos speakers, promising more detailed and immersive sound. With these items, the manufacturer says that whether it’s work, build or play, the laptop will give the right answer.
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In handheld mode, it uses a full keyboard in addition to the Precision Haptic touchpad, so you don’t need to use your mouse and keyboards as external peripherals. When you need to give a presentation, simply pull the screen forward and position it at the angle you want, whether you’re watching videos or streaming content like presentations. In Studio, you can use your laptop as a tablet, using the Surface Slim Pen 2 to draw or write.
Keep in mind that this digital pen is sold separately and costs €134.99. The laptop can be purchased from 1729 euros in the Microsoft Store and students get a 10% discount. The digital stylus can be stored and charged in the front of the Surface Laptop Studio keyboard.
Inside, the laptop features 11th generation Intel Core H Series processors, DirectX 12 Ultimate, and processors from NVidia’s GeForce RTX line. It supports Thunderbolt 4 connectivity and USB 4.0 ports, allowing you to connect to external displays. It also has an active cooling system and an excellent thermal design, ensuring performance whether creating applications, editing video, creating animations or playing video games.
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