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It’s just the right time for Microsoft to completely hold the Pro community in a way that keeps their needs in mind. The Microsoft Surface Studio 2 is just what they need to be, it badly wants to be. The new surface studio has stunning 28-inch display, with a modernized processor and graphics card. This studio surface has got the same inspiring tilt functionality for comfortable sketching, it has a lot of things going for it.

So, with the Surface Studio 2, Microsoft is making it something even more compelling for creative professionals. The original Studio showed there was still the potential for innovation beyond iMac-like desktops

Microsoft Surface Studio 2

Well this time Microsoft has fixed many issues in surface studio 2. It has a newer CPU options, faster storage, and most important, significantly beefier NVIDIA 10-series graphics. Microsoft has really updated this device. It has the same glossy, 28-inch screen, the shiny hinge still swings down effortlessly, and the silver aluminum of the cabinet and base is rock solid.

Coming to the USB-C ports, the Microsoft surface studio has four USB-A 3.0 ports, with an Ethernet jack, and a headphone jack. The USB-C port replaces the mini-DisplayPort this time around, which was an excellent decision, as was the plethora of USB-A ports.

Talking about the inside of this surface studio 2, it is equipped with a quad-core Core i7 processor, up to 32GB of RAM. Not only this, it has memory space up to a 2TB SSD, and either a Nvidia GTX1060 or GTX1070 mobile GPU. Intelligently, Microsoft dropped the Core i5 / 8GB RAM base model option. On the other hand, Microsoft is using a 7th Gen chip instead of the 8th Gen Core processors. Because that have been showing up in devices all year and have significant multicore performance bang over the older chips.