I tried out a Surface Studio in Microsoft’s San Francisco store (in the Westfield Mall) yesterday evening. It’s an interesting machine, as well-built as promised. And I do think it might prove useful and very popular with people who draw professionally. Most people don’t draw professionally, though. And using a pen or fingers on a mouse pointer-based OS remains as clunky as ever. Also, for what it’s worth, drawing latency on the Studio is OK, but not as good as on an iPad Pro with Apple Pencil. And there’s noticeable parallax between the glass surface and the actual pixels of the display.
I don’t draw professionally.
If I had $3,000 burning a hole in my pocket, I think I’d buy a 27-inch iMac with a 256GB SSD, a 12.9-inch iPad Pro with 128GB of storage, and an Apple Pencil.