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Hands-On With Microsoft Surface Studio: 5 Best Features Of The All-In-One PC

The CRN Test Center finds plenty to like about the functionality of the creativity-oriented Surface Studio all-in-one PC.

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While it's destined to be overlooked by many, the adjustable arm on the Surface Studio struck us as one of its most impressive elements. The Surface Studio's display is huge and heavy -- about 13 pounds -- but you wouldn't know that from adjusting the display up and down. The display moved easily and fluidly in our tryout, the result of multiple mechanisms for counterbalancing the weight of the display. Compression springs at the base and torsion springs in the top and in the side -- along with other mechanisms hidden in the base of the PC -- provide stability and an intuitive path for the movements of the display. And that ease of use, ultimately, is pretty crucial for making professionals feel like they can really get to work on the Surface Studio.

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