Microsoft introduced a laptop-tablet weighing 1.9 kg with RTX 4060

Microsoft unveiled a 1.9kg laptop-tablet with an RTX 4060. The Surface Laptop Studio was an interesting convertible, but it cost too much for the functionality it offered.

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It received an Intel i7-13700H. Buyers have several graphics accelerators to choose from:

  • built-in Intel Iris Xe,
  • GeForce RTX 4050,
  • GeForce RTX 4060,
  • RTX 2000 Ada.

RAM can be expanded up to 64 GB, and built-in storage up to 2 TB. Microsoft calls this convertible “the most powerful Surface ever.”

There are two USB Type-C ports, one of which is certified as USB 4, one USB-A, a microSD card slot, and a Surface Slim Pen 2 stylus.

Microsoft says it has updated the touchpad to be more responsive and “inclusive”, whatever that means. But it doesn’t look very big:

Otherwise, no changes: 14.4-inch display with a resolution of 2400 × 1600 pixels at 120 Hz. Apparently, its peak brightness is 400 nits. It is protected by tempered Gorilla Glass 5.

But overall this is a strange transformer. 32.3 × 23 × 2.18 cm with a weight of 1.9 – 2 kg. There are no questions about the hardware, but how many heavy tablets do you know, like the Surface Laptop Studio 2?

The start of sales in the US is scheduled for October 3. Pre-tax prices range from $1,999 for the Intel Iris Xe version to $3,699 for the RTX 4060 version.

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