Published on March 31st, 2017 | by admin

Surface Studio pre-orders in ANZ commence today; Windows 10 Creators Update coming on April 12

Microsoft is excited to announce the availability of the highly-anticipated Surface Studio across Australia and New Zealand from today, as well as the next major update to Windows 10 rolling out on 12 April.

Surface Studio and Surface Dial

Having captured people’s imagination with a completely new way to create at your desk, Surface Studio devices are coming to new markets. Surface Studio and Surface Dial will be available for pre-order starting today in Australia and New Zealand – via Microsoft Store, Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi – and will be available for purchase from 27 April.

The Surface Studio is also on display now at the flagship Microsoft Store, Sydney (188 Pitt Street Mall, Sydney, 2000), should you wish to try your hand at its cutting-edge features.

Windows 10 Creators Update

Designed to spark and unleash creativity, the Creators Update will bring your ideas to life as Windows 10 provides the tools to help you make your mark on the world. The Creators Update will begin a measured rollout on 11 April (12th April AEST) to more than 400 million devices running Windows 10 in homes, businesses, and schools.

New capabilities coming with the Windows 10 Creators Update include:

  • 3D for Everyone and Enabling Mixed Reality
  • Game Broadcasting is Simple and Interactive with Beam
  • Microsoft Edge is Faster and Safer with Better Browsing and Entertainment
  • Additional Security and Privacy Protections

For any Windows users interested in learning more about the Creators Update, or needing help upgrading to the latest features, the flagship Microsoft Store, Sydney is offering support through its Answer Desk and will be conducting live demos of the new features. Customers should contact or visit the Store directly for more information.
For more information on the Windows 10 Creators Update and the expansion of Surface into new markets, please check out this blog post by Yusuf Mehdi, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft’s Windows and Devices Group. You can also take a look at this blog post by Peter Han, Vice President, Partner Devices and Solutions to learn about the many Windows 10 devices that light up new Creators Update features.

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