Microsoft’s new Surface Studio 2+ is a minor upgrade, despite four-year wait

Microsoft doesn’t consider the Surface Studio range to be a priority, which is probably why it waited nearly four years to launch a follow up to the Surface Studio 2 and didn’t see it fit to call it a Studio 3. Instead, the sequel is called the Studio 2+ (opens in new tab).

Designers behind Microsoft’s all-in-one business PC have stuck to the original form factor, with a so-called zero gravity hinge, a stand base that doubles as a base unit and a 28-inch 4500 x 3000 pixel touch display. The latter was and remains the main selling point of the Surface Studio 2+ and works well with the bundled digital pen. 


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