Microsoft is set to release its anticipated Surface Studio device in the UK next month, the vendor has announced.
The Surface Studio is an all-one-desktop device and the last product to be added to the wider Surface portfolio.
The Studio transforms into what Microsoft refers to as "a powerful digital canvas" and is seen as a director competitor to Apple's all-in-one iMac.
"From the beginning, our Surface journey has been about empowering people to work and create in new ways," said Terry Myerson, executive vice-president of the windows and devices group. "It led us to create the first tablet that could truly replace your laptop with Surface Pro and to redefine the ultimate laptop with Surface Book.
"We believe there is a special alchemy when a device and software pair perfectly to create something new - a profound experience that can create an entirely new category.
"We want to help you make your mark on the world and for Windows to be the place you love to create and play."
The Surface Studio will launch in the UK on 15 June, as well as in 11 other regions globally.
Microsoft said the device is available to pre-order now and is listed on the Microsoft UK store with a starting price of £2,999, with higher specification models priced at £3,549 and £4,249.
The Surface Studio was well received by partners and analysts when it was revealed last October, with one analyst claiming Microsoft was "invading Apple's traditional territory" by releasing a product aimed at the iMac's typical art and graphic design user base.
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