Microsoft announced its top-end and quite expensive all-in-one PC Surface Studio in October, which are available for US$2,999, US$3,499 and US$4,199 respectively.
The company expected to ship 15,000 units of it in the fourth quarter of 2016, but it seems the all-in-one PC is selling even better. According to Taiwan-based supply chain makers reported by Digitimes, the shipment of Surface Studio may well reach 30,000 units based on orders.
Despite of the continueous declines of worldwide all-in-one PC shipments, it’s a pleasant surprise that Microsoft Surface Studio is selling greater than expected.
Apple hasn’t updated its iMac offerings for a while, Microsoft’s all-in-one PC products will hopefully snatch some demand from the tech giant.
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