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    The Surface Studio is now two years old, which is super old in tech years. So, how is it holding up in 2018, and should you buy one?
    I think it's safe to say that the unveiling of the original Surface Studio back in 2016 was nothing short of magical. While we did know that Microsoft was working on a desktop PC, none of us were quite expecting what we were getting when its sizzle video started playing. An all-in-one PC, beautiful enough to rival the iMac, but with a hinge mechanism that transforms the display into a draft board when required.
    The Surface Studio is just so "Surface," taking a form-factor that's been standard in the industry for a long while and turning it on its head. What if an all-in-one could be more than just a screen with a PC behind it, that's what Surface Studio tried to answer, and it did. It's the first all-in-one that's also a bit more than an all-in-one, it's a digital canvas for artists and creators too. But the Surface Studio is now two years old, so how is it holding up in 2018?

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    10-27-2018 11:11 AM

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