Microsoft has launched it's first all in one PC
Surface Studio which will sell for about $3,000 is equipped with a 28inch touchscreen and Microsoft claims it will be the world's thinnest screen, The screen can be folded down to a 20-degree viewing angle, very similar to slanted desks found in art studios which is to give users more room for creativity.
Surface Studio 'all in one' PC has the processing and power components built into the base which comes with a new 'dial' controller with haptic feedback that can be used alongside a mouse, keyboard, stylus or finger.
SURFACE STUDIO SPECS
Microsoft's machine has:
28-inch, '4.5k' 12.5mm thick PixelSense display
Intel Core i7 processor
2TB hybrid hard drive
Integrated 2.1 speakers and a haptic feedback controller puck device
'With Surface Book with Performance Base, engineers can spin 3-D CAD models with thousands of parts, designers and developers can render large files quickly, and gamers can play more of their favorite games,' the firm said.
'No other laptop combines similar battery life, performance and pixels in as lightweight a package.'
Microsoft also unveiled a major update to Windows 10 will be launched in early 2017, called the Creators Update and including a 3D version of the popular Paint app.
The Creators Update will be released to all current users of Windows 10 for free in 'early spring'.
UK prices have yet to be confirmed.
Microsoft also discussed gaming, announcing a new live broadcasting feature called Beam that will enable users to share their gaming with friends as they play.
The software will allow players to interact with others when using Microsoft's Xbox One console or Windows 10.