As you know, Apple accompanies the launch of the new Mac Studio with the Studio Display, a 27-inch Retina 5K monitor that does justice to the new potential of the M1 Ultra chip that runs inside the desktop computer.
This monitor features 600 nits brightness, with a P3 wide color gamut and True Tone technology to adjust the color temperature of the screen based on the conditions of the space and the environment in which you work.
At the design level, it has an integrated support that allows the monitor to be tilted 30 degrees to adapt to the particularities of each workplace. There is also an optional support with height and tilt adjustment to adjust it effortlessly.
Can you buy the Studio Display monitor now?
The best way to take advantage of the graphics potential of the MacStudio is to acquire together with the desktop the Apple display, a spectacular 27-inch Retina 5K display with a front camera for Facetime and a surround sound system.
After a few days of reservations, both the Studio Display and the Mac Studio can now be purchased officially. That is, in Spain, since in Latin America the official launch date has not yet been announced.
How much does the Studio Display monitor cost?
The selling price of StudioDisplay It is €1,779 if you buy the version with standard glass, while if you opt for a superior edition with nano-textured glass, the final price amounts to €2,029.
Although it seems a high price to be a display screen, with some other advanced function such as its front cameras, it is a price well below the only option that Apple had for sale within its catalog until now.
Remember that the screen Pro Display XDR with 32-inch Retina 6K screen has a base model sale price of € 5,499. This is not counting the Pro Stand base, which additionally increases the final price by €1,099 more.
Take a look at our ranking of the best monitors and screens for macwhich we’ll update once we get a chance to try out the new Studio Display.
Where to buy the Studio Display?
These are the stores in Spain where they already sell the new Apple screen: