When it comes to working on the road, it used to be that the go-to options were always Apple’s MacBook and iPad because they were the best-performing options in the laptop and tablet space. Microsoft has been gradually clawing their way back into the game with new Surface laptop, tablet and desktop options every year. Their latest release, the Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio, might finally see them usurping the Apple options because it’s one helluva piece of technology. The “most powerful Surface we’ve ever built” according to the VP of Devices at Microsoft, the Surface Laptop Studio is a complete redesign of the flagship product that eschews the previously detachable screen in favor of one that pulls completely forward to transform into tablet mode–while still allowing you to view/use it in multiple positions along the way. More importantly, it includes a sleek 14.4″ 120Hz PixelSense Flow touchscreen display, quad-core powered 11th Gen Intel Core H Series process, award-winning NVIDIA Ampere graphics, up to 32GB RAM, and 2TB SSD drive… which means it’s powerful enough to work, watch, game, stream, animate, and tackle any of your other tasks. Honestly, you couldn’t build a home PC that’s as powerful as this Surface for twice as much money. The Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio is slated for release on October 4th with base pricing starting at $1,600.