Apparently, the Apple Display Studio Display previously unveiled at the Peek Performance event also supports the Windows operating system.
Almost possible He said we were sure this Display is compatible with Windows, but the resolution of the image you get depends entirely on the type of hardware you have. This means that in order to take full advantage of the Display in terms of resolution and image quality, you must have a graphics card with a Thunderbolt or USB-C port that supports 5K or higher resolution, which many new cards take advantage of./p>
In relation to the webcam, but we do not see a specific situation at all. While Apple's support page for the product said that the camera features only work with the Mac, and you even have to connect it to a Mac to update the firmware, a company spokesman told The Verge website that when the Display Connect to Windows, its webcam works just like a normal webcam with a USB interface and there will be no problem.
Of course, there is a feature that is not compatible with Windows based systems. We are talking about Center Stage. A feature that only works on the Mac OS. The way the camera works is that it uses digital zoom to be able to hold the subject or subjects in the frame. Other features that come with the A13 chip, such as Spatial Audio and Hey Siri, also do not work on Windows. Especially if you want to buy it with a $ 400 height adjustment base, which is not at all clear why it is so expensive. It has a screen that is only 27 inches in size. If we look at the positive side of the issue, we see that this Display is beautiful, it has a 12-megapixel webcam and the speakers used in it are extremely powerful. If all this is not important to you, you can buy a 32-inch, 4K Display with the same specifications from other companies at a much lower cost.
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Source: Engadget </ p>