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Microsoft has launched it's new Surface family,the Surface Studio,Surface Book and Surface Pro 4. Each and every one of them has its own unique feature,all come with superb built,brilliant designs and higher performance but they come in high cost and is definitely not for everyone.

Starting with the surface studio,



the Surface Studio is a 28-inch all-in-one PC with a new iteration on Microsoft's PixelSense display and an all-new way to control the device in the Surface Dial.

Display:
The Surface Studio comes with a 12.55mm thick screen with the thinnest ever LED, according to Microsoft, at just 1.3mm and packs 13.5 million pixels – around 63% more than a 4K TV set.

Memory:

Expect nothing more than a stunning Intel Core i7 processor, backed with 32GB RAM, a 2TB hybrid hard drive and a Nvidia GTX 980M graphics processing unit.


With all these the Microsoft Surface Studio will cost you a whopping $2,999


And the second on the list,the Surface Book with performance base,

as the it has been themed "Performance Base" this Pc has been built to meet all the necessary qualities of a performer, this Pc doesn't care if you are an intense graphic gamer or into music or video production, it comes with an Intel® Core™ i7 processor and NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 965M 2GB GPU, gives you the increased speed and graphics performance you need for engineering, design, and everything in between.




The last on the list,the Surface Pro 4,


all you need from a PC and a Tablet is what you get from this Surface pro 4,According to Microsoft 
Surface Pro 4 is light enough to take anywhere and powerful enough to use as a full desktop workstation. In fact, it’s 50% faster than a MacBook Air 13”.1
With a 16GB RAM,Surface Pro 4 is engineered to give you the power and performance you need in a laptop, with Intel® Core™ processors and up to 1TB of lightning fast SSD for all your programs, photos, and music.

With striking true-to-life color, the 12.3” high-resolution PixelSense™ Display was designed to be viewed, touched, and written on. And text reads like the printed page with a high-contrast, easy-on-the-eyes display.



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