Early this week, Apple announced the all-new Studio Display, a 27-inch 5K Retina screen with a 12MP Ultra-Wide camera, a six-speaker sound system audio and a three-microphone array. The Apple Studio Display costs $1,599 and it is available for pre-order from Apple.com.
Apple has now confirmed that Apple Studio Display will work with Windows PCs as well. However, there are some limitations. Even though the webcam, speakers and mic will function the way you expect, some features like Center Stage, TrueTone are limited to macOS devices.
Apple Studio Display features:
- All-screen design with narrow borders and a refined, all-aluminum enclosure.
- Built-in stand allows the user to tilt the display up to 30 degrees.
- Optional tilt- and height-adjustable stand option with a counterbalancing arm that makes the display feel weightless as it is adjusted.
- Optional VESA mount adapter option
- Supports landscape or portrait orientation for even more flexibility
- A 27-inch 5K Retina screen with over 14.7 million pixels.
- With 600 nits of brightness, P3 wide color, and support for over one billion colors.
- True Tone technology automatically adjusts the display’s color temperature.
- Anti-reflective coating for low reflectivity.
- Optional nano-texture glass option to further minimize glare while delivering outstanding image quality.
Camera and Audio:
- Powered by A13 Bionic chip.
- A 12MP Ultra-Wide camera with Center Stage.
- Three-microphone array with an especially low noise floor.
- A high-fidelity six-speaker sound system.
- Four force-cancelling woofers and two high-performance tweeters.
- Support spatial audio for music and video with Dolby Atmos.
- Three USB-C ports that deliver speeds up to 10Gb/s.
- A Thunderbolt port that can deliver 96W of power to a Mac notebook.
- You can connect up to three Studio Displays to a MacBook Pro.