Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio Now Available!

Posted by George Wong on March 8, 2022

If you enjoy the power of a high-performance computer but appreciate the flexibility of a tablet, Microsoft has something for you to spend that money on! This morning they announced the official availability of the Surface Laptop Studio in Malaysia. Touted to be the most powerful Surface ever, this hybrid machine is designed with everyone in mind - developers, creatives, and gamers. What sets this 2-in-1 apart from other devices is its special "Dynamic Woven Hinge" that allows it to be used in three different positions: the typical Laptop mode, Stage mode for presentation, media consumption and gaming, and Studio mode which turns it into a tablet.

Like with everything that's fancy in the world of tech, it won't come cheap. Expect to pay more than the price of a gaming desktop for this device. Features like the 14.4” touchscreen (120Hz display) and Quad Omnisonic™ speakers, Dolby Atmos® Experience and Precision Haptic touchpad might have something to do with it. It also supports the Surface Slim Pen 2 (sold separately) and has a dedicated storage/charging compartment for it beneath the keyboard.

Here's a quick breakdown of the available versions of the Surface Laptop Studio:

ModelEstimated Retail Price
Intel® Core™ i5, Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics, 16GB, 256GB SSDRM7,399
Intel® Core™ i7, NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3050 Ti, 16GB, 512GB SSDRM9,399
Intel® Core™ i7, NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3050 Ti, 32GB, 1TB SSD (Exclusive to Harvey Norman)RM11,999

If the Surface Laptop Studio is out of your budget, there are other Surface machines to consider: the recently launched in Malaysia: Surface Pro 8, Surface Pro 7+, and the Surface Pro X (WiFi).

The Surface Laptop Studio is available for purchase via commercial authorized reseller, Maxis; and authorized retailers such as All IT, Gloo by SNS Network, Harvey NormanLazada-Microsoft Authorised store, PC Image, Senheng,  Shopee-Microsoft Authorised store and TMT by Thundermatch.

In addition to launching the Surface Laptop Studio, Microsoft announced new Microsoft Concierges where the public can seek advice on the right Microsoft Surface and Windows devices to buy, receive assistance in setting up their new devices or upgrading them to Windows 11. Users will also be guided on how they can get the most out of their Windows and Microsoft Surface devices. The new Microsoft Concierges are located at Harvey Norman in Pavilion Bukit Jalil and Gloo in Low Yat Plaza.


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