Dell is one of the sponsors of the 2016 AdobeMAX conference and just before this morning's keynote, it ran the following teaser (immediately adjacent to a Microsoft Surface Pro ad).

Dell teases a Surface Studio/Wacom Cintiq and Surface Dial clone during this morning's AdobeMAX keynote.

We knew Surface Studio-inspired designs would be forthcoming, but certainly didn't think they'd be available so soon.

What do you think? We'll publish more info as it becomes available.

UPDATE: Turns out that Dell has been teasing this concept for a couple of years, as this blog post on "The Future of the Workplace" attests.

For more please visit: Dell unveiled its conceptual "smart desk" that revolutionizes the workspace of the future by combining interactive multi-touch LCD screens with a horizontal digital work surface that ergonomically surrounds the user for natural manipulation using touch, stylus and new-generation totem-based tools.

UPDATE 2: PCWorld contributor Ian Paul offers some tantalizing new information about the project, including the working name "Dell Smart Desk."

According to Paul, the project has been in development for three years and is a tablet meant to work in conjunction with a standard monitor. He reports that the company will offer more information at CES in January.

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AuthorRick Rodriguez