Dell shows off its own Surface Studio-like PC with two screens

Specifications or pricing are unknown for Dell's take on the Surface Studio.
Written by Jake Smith, Contributor
Dell / Screenshot: ZDNet

Dell teased an all-in-one PC as "your new workspace" during AdobeMAX on Wednesday, featuring a similar form-factor to Microsoft's Surface Studio that debuted last week for designers and creatives.

In a tweet, Dell said we'll learn more at CES 2017 in January. It's not clear what the PC may be called, but it looks like Dell has been toying with the idea since 2014.

During a teaser video for the PC at Adobe's event, Dell showed designers navigating photo and video editing with two screens.

The PC looks to feature support for a stylus, giving designers precision on such a large screen. A dial similar to Microsoft's, placed on the screen for additional controls, was also shown.

We have reached out to Dell for more details.

Microsoft announced the Surface Studio at its October 26 event, featuring a "zero-gravity" hinge to fold the display for drawing, typing, drafting, and other tasks.

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