Saturday, August 10, 2019
MSPoweruser: Dell may be working on a Surface Studio-like monitor.
While it will probably be well beyond what I'd be willing to pay, I kinda want to see this and more displays like it.
All-in-One PCs are an interesting concept but for my use cases they've traditionally been too limiting even when you pay the big buckaroos. Advancements in laptop hardware and a thing called Thunderbolt give me a little hope that might change someday.
But I'd much rather have a display that could function as both a typical monitor and suddenly become like a drawing board, that can be connected to whatever device can drive a touchscreen monitor. Because a really great display tends to last until it gives up the ghost. The same is not always true of computers.