At its event, Microsoft unveiled Copilot+ computers designed for AI that promise more than 40 TOPS (trillion operations per second), all-day battery life and access to the most advanced AI models.

Copilot+ PCs powered by Snapdragon X Elite and Snapdragon X Plus

Qualcomm is the first company to partner with Microsoft for Snapdragon X Elite-powered Copilot+ PCs that promise the highest NPU performance per watt for laptops, which Qualcomm says is up to 2.6X over M3 and up to 5.4X over Core Ultra 7. .

With the integrated Qualcomm Hexagon NPU architecture, it promises a peak performance of up to 24 TOPS/watt in use cases such as Super Resolution and with the Qualcomm Oryon CPU, Snapdragon X Elite leads in performance per watt, matching the peak performance of the competitor's PC CPU with 60% less power. , says Qualcomm.

Microsoft also said Copilot+ computers can deliver up to 22 hours of local video playback or 15 hours of web browsing on a single charge. That's up to 20% more battery life in local video playback than the MacBook Air 15″ M3, the company said.

PC Copilot+ from Intel and AMD coming soon

In the future, Microsoft will partner with Intel and AMD, starting with Lunar Lake and Strix for Copilot+ PCs. Intel has already announced that Lunar Lake processors will arrive in the third quarter of 2024. AMD's Zen 5-based Strix will arrive later this year, but the exact timeframe is not yet available. We should get more details at AMD's Computex 2024 event on June 3.

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Microsoft expects to see these devices paired with powerful graphics cards like NVIDIA GeForce RTX and AMD Radeon, targeting advanced gamers and creators in the future.

Native Arm64 experience on Windows Copilot+ PCs

Microsoft 365 apps like Teams, PowerPoint, Outlook, Word, Excel, OneDrive, and OneNote. Chrome, Spotify, Zoom, WhatsApp, Blender, Affinity Suite, DaVinci Resolve and many more now run natively on Arm with additional apps, such as Slack, coming later this year. Adobe Illustrator, Premiere Pro and more apps are coming this summer.

87% of the total app minutes people spend today have native versions of Arm. With a powerful new emulator, Prism, these apps work beautifully whether native or emulated, Microsoft said.


With the new Recall feature on Copilot+ computers, you can find what you've seen on your computer using the clues you remember. You can use natural language to search, or scroll back in time and return to what you need to find using text and visual matches. All stored locally, with built-in privacy and controls, the company said.

Create and edit images with AI in Paint and Photos

Using Cocreator in Paint, you can use your words and ink strokes to describe the image you want to create, making it easy to create, refine and evolve your ideas in near real-time.

With Restyle Image, you can reimagine your personal photos with a new style that combines image generation and photo editing in Photos. You can use a preset style like Cyberpunk or Claymation to change the background, foreground or entire image to create a whole new image. You can also get visual inspiration with Image Creator in Photos.

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Super resolution that will let you restore old photos and an AI narrator to tell a story based on your photos are coming to Photos soon. These Neural Processing Unit (NPU) powered features are built into Windows and are free.

Live subtitles

Live Captions now has live translations and will turn any audio streaming through your PC into a single English subtitle experience, in real-time across all apps.

You can translate any live or pre-recorded audio in any app or video platform from over 40 languages ​​to English subtitles instantly, automatically, and even while you're offline, with support for more languages ​​coming soon.

OEM PC Copilot+

In addition to the new Microsoft Surface Pro and Surface Laptop, the company has partnered with several OEMs including Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo and Samsung for Copilot+ PCs starting at USD 999 with pre-orders starting today and availability from of June 18th

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