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The Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio takes the Surface laptop series into new ground, and aims to cater for the most demanding of users. Like other Surface computers it excludes quality throughout, including parts workstations tend to neglect, such as the...
Sleek hybrid hinge design, Quality keyboard and haptic touchpad, Smartly designed, quiet cooling
Display doesn't cover 100% of DCI P3, High-spec models are expensive, Performance ceiling is not that high
If you've been using Microsoft's Surface devices, you'll find the Surface Laptop Studio a pleasing upgrade. If you opt for the higher-end Core i7 specification, you'll get a portable discrete-GPU workstation that handles most creator and developer tasks w...
In review: Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio. Test model courtesy of Cyberport.The new Surface Laptop Studio with its foldable display is supposed to replace the old Surface Book and the overall impression is good after our review. The build quality and the...
high-quality chassis with innovative display hinge, good 120 Hz display, Thunderbolt 4, comfortable keyboard, good system performance, very good speakers
no maintenance options, comparatively slow processor, only one year warranty, no card reader
About two and a half weeks ago I purchased a Surface Laptop Studio. Since then, I've been putting the system through my daily grinds, leading up to this review. Usually, I'd try to be just a tiny bit technical in my reviews and showcase benchmarks as well...
The goodThe badThe uglyMicrosoft Surface Laptop StudioFrom $1600 at MicrosoftFrom $1600 at Adorama(Ars Technica may earn compensation for sales from links on this post through affiliate programs.)A solid, if strange, laptopThe Laptop Studio inherits a roc...
A solidly built laptop that doesn't quite look like anything else out there, Bright, responsive touchscreen
Quad-core processor falls short of 6- and 8-core chips in other comparably priced laptops, Limited number and type of ports, Windows doesn't know what to do with the screen's rounded corners, Expensive, especially with a dedicated GPU
Whether you like the Surface Laptop Studio or not will hinge on whether you do creative work, it's an expensive piece of hardware – and at 4 pounds, I would like to see a little more power under the hood. Still, as far as a Gen 1 device goes, it's none to...
M icrosoft's Microsoft's new Surface Laptop Studio is both familiar and unique at the same time. If you don't peer too closely, you'll see what appears to be a standard, clamshell laptop. The similarities to Apple's MacBook Pro designs are undeniable - th...
Cool design, Flexible screen positions without major compromises, Fast refresh display with excellent pen support, Excellent trackpad and keyboard
Short battery life, Midrange performance despite top-tier price, Limited port selection
As a self-professed fan of the Surface Book series of notebooks, it is a bit sad to see that device family depart. They were completely unique in the laptop world, with a style all their own. But there is no doubt that the Surface Book had some quirks and...
Clever hinge enables new modes, Gorgeous 14.4-inch, 120Hz display, Long battery life, Excellent speakers, Comfortable keyboard and responsive touchpad
Thick chassis, Not enough ports, Performance is short of class-leading, Stylus sold separately, Expensive
The Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio has a flexible design for both traditional and touch-based computing, with a great keyboard and trackpad and a bright 120 Hz display. But if raw CPU power is key, look to competitors that offer 8-core CPUs...