Microsoft’s Surface Studio has been launched at the Windows 10 Creators Update event in New York, and is expected to be a strong iMac competitor for creative professionals.

Another noteworthy announcement was the launch of Surface Book i7, a faster more advanced version of the Surface Book.

The Surface Studio is designed to create one high-powered hub for the creative process of designers and illustrators to take place within.

Although the screen cannot completely lie flat, the Surface Studio comes with not only a Surface Pen, but also the versatile Surface Dial, expected to enhance and speed up your creative experience.

The Surface Studio will be available for pre-order on October 26. We take a look at it what it has to offer designers, illustrators, 3D artists, animators and other creative professionals.

We also take a look at what’s different about the Surface Book i7 to the Surface Book.

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