Apple adds Studio Display to its Certified Refurbished online store

Apple has added the Studio Display to its official Certified Refurbished online store in the US, offering discounts on the external display launched with the all-new Mac Studio earlier this year.

As spotted by MacRumorsApple sells several variations of the Studio Display, with the base model discounted to $1,359, down from the original price of $1,599, with the higher-end model with nano-texture and tilt-adjustable stand available for 1 $609.

The Studio display features a 27-inch Retina 5K display and a Center Stage camera.

Similar to the high-end Pro Display XDR, Studio Display offers an all-screen design with narrow bezels and a refined all-aluminum enclosure that houses an advanced feature set in a slim profile. Its built-in stand allows the user to tilt the screen up to 30 degrees. To meet the needs of a variety of workspaces, Studio Display also offers a tilt and height adjustable stand option with a counterweight arm that makes the display feel weightless when adjusted. A VESA mount adapter option is also available and supports either landscape or portrait orientation for even more flexibility.

Studio Display features a 27-inch Retina 5K display with over 14.7 million pixels. With 600 nits of brightness, a wide P3 color gamut, and support for over a billion colors.

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Featuring the A13 Bionic chip, Apple says the Studio Display delivers “incredible experiences” with its highly advanced camera and sound system. It includes a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera with Center Stage, a feature that automatically keeps users centered in frame as they move for even more engaging video calls.

Studio Display also includes an array of three studio-grade microphones with an especially quiet floor for clear calls and vocal recordings.

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