Here’s the full specs and pricing for the Surface Studio

Michael Cottuli

The Surface Studio was announced during Microsoft’s event today, resulting in quite a few ooh’s and aah’s from the crowd. It’s an absolutely gorgeous device, and there’s no question that it’s going to find some success in the audience of creators that Microsoft is aiming for.  If you were considering pre-ordering the Surface Studio and grabbing one of those limited copies when it launches in November, here’s everything that you need to know about its specifications.


Screen: 28″ PixelSense Display
Resolution: 4500 x 3000 (192 DPI)
Color settings: Adobe sRGB, DCI-P3 and Vivid Color Profiles, Individually color calibrated
Touch: 10-point multi-touch
Aspect Ratio: 3:2
Surface Pen
Zero Gravity Hinge


Quad-core 6th Gen Intel Core i5 or i7


NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M 2GB GPU GDDR5 memory or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M 4GB GPU GDDR5 memory


Rapid hybrid drive options: 1TB or 2TB


8GB, 16GB, or 32GB RAM


Wi-Fi: 802.11ac Wi-Fi wireless networking, IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n compatible
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology
Xbox Wireless built-in3

Dimensions and weight

Display: 25.09 x 17.27 x 0.44 in (637.35 x 438.90 x 11.4 mm)
Base: 9.84 x 8.66 x 1.26 in (250.00 x 220.00 x 32.20 mm)
Weight: 21.07 lbs max (9.56 kg)

Connections and expansions

4 USB 3.0
Full-size SD card reader (SDXC compatible)
Mini Displayport
3.5mm headset jack
Compatible with Surface Dial onscreen interaction1


Windows Hello2 face sign-in camera 5.0MP front-facing camera with 1080p HD video


Dual microphones
Stereo 2.1 speakers with Dolby Audio Premium
3.5mm headset jack

Buttons and keyboard

Physical buttons: Volume and power
Surface Pen
Surface Keyboard
Surface Mouse


TPM chip for enterprise security
Enterprise-grade protection with Windows Hello2 face sign-in

In the box

Surface Studio
Surface Pen
Surface Keyboard
Surface Mouse
Power cord with grip-release cable

This thing is no joke. With tons of storage, a beautiful display, a NVIDIA GTX GPU, and an Intel i5 or i7 processor under its belt, this device is shaping up to be one of the most heavy duty things that Microsoft has ever put out. The pricing is pretty fair as well for something of this caliber, starting at $2,999 and going up to $4,199. If you’re even considering buying one of these, you’re going to need to make up your mind fast – Panos told us on stage today that it’s going to be available in pretty limited quantities at launch, so if you wait you might be out of luck.