The 5 Coolest Features Of The Apple Mac Studio

Then there’s the Studio Display itself, which isn’t technically part of the Mac Studio as it’s a separate component, but it’s been designed specifically to complement the new desktop.

The new model is a sizable 27-inch 5K True Tone retina display that can automatically adjust the screen’s “temperature” to better fit lighting conditions, plus it packs more than 14.7 million pixels, support for more than 1 billion colors, and comes with an option for nano-texture glass — like the Pro Display XDR uses — that can drastically reduce glare.

The Studio Display also has a built-in 12MP Ultra Wide camera that uses the A13 Bionic chip with Center Stage support to provide what Apple refers to as “the ultimate video conferencing display.” This is in addition to its three-microphone array, six-speaker sound system, force-canceling woofers (four of them), and two high-performance tweeters — all of which support Dolby Atmos spatial audio.

And if you wanted, you could even connect the Studio Display (up to three of them, really) up to a MacBook Pro to add extra screens to your workspace — or just straight-up fast charge the laptop as it provides 96W of power through any of its three USB-C connection ports.

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