I really shouldn't use "Star Wars" references. I never saw any of those movies save the original and don't know the plot.
Of course, the same could be said for the PC world (PC as in non-Apple personal computer, not political correctness or Prontor-Compur or polycarbonate or Panama City or a nationalistic political party in Wales called Plaid Cymru). I don't know from PCs, having never used one.
Still, we talk about Macs often enough around here that it's only fitting we give the old Empire its due. Microsoft has announced the Surface Studio, an iMac clone with a 28-inch touchscreen. The screen and its enclosure is a mere half inch thick, and folds to about the pitch of a drafting table using a "zero gravity hinge." Looks very neat.
It's Microsoft's first Surface-branded desktop. For other details, I'm sure you know where to look. Price will range from $3,000 to $4,200 and supplies will be "severely" limited at first. It can be pre-ordered now at Microsoft.
(Thanks to John Camp and Robin Pywell)
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