Hello everyone! I hope you guys had an awesome Christmas and getting ready for the New Year!
There has been a lot of news surfing around the internet about the new Surface Studio.
I have heard and read from many sources that the Surface Studio is way to expensive for its specs and there are many better and cheaper alternatives.
Then why would anyone pay for the Surface Studio?
Can it be the Surface Studio’s gigantic touch screen? Maybe it is the high resolution.. Or the Surface Dial?
At first I thought these were the real pinnacle points of buying the Surface Studio.
But I realized the Surface Studio and Windows work hand and hand.. But what does that really mean?
One of the extra component of buying a Microsoft Surface device is that you will most likely get the newest firmware updates and features first!
If you experience on any bugs or glitches on any of the Surface devices regarding to Windows 10, you will get the update first or new features Windows 10 offers!
For example, Windows Hello came to all Surface devices first!
You can assume the Microsoft Surface devices are equivalent to the Google Nexus Phone.
The Surface Studio has a lot of potentials with its computing power and its large high resolution screen.
Bare with the price tag for now guys! It may be high for but prices will drop!
Hello everyone, this is for those who have purchased the Surface Studio or interested in buying one.
And of course, those who would love to increase the Surface Studio’s overall performance.
In previous articles, we mentioned that the Surface Studio is not only expensive to fix but there are many internal components that are not upgradable or replaceable.
Click here for that article.
This is because we some components are directly attached to the motherboard.
It would cost more to take apart pieces than to actually buy a new motherboard.
Nevertheless developers have already found out a way to enhance the Surface Studio’s performance.
In this video Robert Ballecer, host of podcast, demonstrates how to upgrade the SSD and HDD.
This will increase the overall data transfer performance and responsiveness of your Surface Studio.
This is definitely not the easiest device to upgrade since there are around 170 steps to follow and 32 screws to unscrew!
Share your thoughts and comment below! Would you do it on your own? Or would you just spend a little extra to upgrade.
As you guys know from previous articles, the Microsoft Surface Studio is emerging to the public.
The release date for it will be on December 15, 2016 to the US customers and new innovated features are introduced.
Siemens NX, a reputable engineering software company, has certified the Microsoft Surface devices with their program.
What does this mean?
The new Microsoft Surface Book and Surface Studio with Performance Base will include Siemens NX’s highly innovated engineering software.
This allows engineers to use this devices for their projects and engineer students can utilize the software for assignments.
Siemens NX also works hand in hand with the Surface Dial.
Check out this video for a more detailed look
Click here for more information in the Windows Blog.