Microsoft will unveil Surface Pro 10 OLED and Surface Laptop 6 ARM this month

Microsoft is set to unveil the highly anticipated Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6 this month, bringing strong competition to the iPad Pro and MacBook Pro in terms of performance and energy efficiency. These new devices will be the first from Microsoft to support cutting-edge AI features found in the Windows 11 update coming this fall.

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As reported by Windows Central editor Zack Bowden  (sourced from his own connections), the devices are expected to be officially announced on March 21, 2024. The Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6 will boast the latest Intel Core Ultra and Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite processors, along with a Neural Processing Unit (NPU) for lightning-fast AI capabilities. Users can now choose between Intel and ARM variants for both device lines.

With the transition to the new processors, users can anticipate significant improvements in performance and energy efficiency compared to previous models. Both devices can seamlessly last all day on a single charge.

Surface Pro 10

The Surface Pro 10 is expected to have a similar appearance to its predecessor, but will boast a brighter OLED display with anti-glare coating and HDR support, along with an ultra-wide front webcam that supports Windows AI Studio effects and an added NFC reader.

Surface Laptop 6

On the other hand, the Surface Laptop 6 will have a completely refreshed design, incorporating rounded corners, thinner frames, a new touchpad with tactile feedback, and a unique Copilot key. Port options will also be updated, with two USB-C and one USB-A on the left side and a magnetic Surface Connect port on the right.

Reportedly, the Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6 are expected to be available for purchase in April, but only with variants on the Intel platform initially. Those interested in the ARM version will have to wait until June, with speculation that the device may feature a modified version of the Snapdragon X Elite processor, similar to the Snapdragon 8cx Gen3 found in the Surface Pro 9.

AI Explorer is a new Windows 11 feature

The upcoming version of Windows 11 will introduce AI-powered features that will revolutionize the way we use our devices. Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6 are at the forefront of this innovation, offering support for advancements like Copilot, live subtitles with real-time translation, in-game image scaling, frame rate equalization, and enhanced Windows Studio Effects.

In addition to these exciting features, Microsoft is introducing a groundbreaking new tool called "AI Explorer," which will set PCs equipped with AI apart from those without it. This advanced version of Copilot will come equipped with a built-in timeline that allows users to track and remember everything they do on their computer. AI Explorer will be compatible with any application and will make it easy to search for past conversations, documents, web pages, and images.

Imagine being able to simply type a query like "find me something about dinosaurs" and having Windows retrieve all relevant information, words, phrases, images, and related topics that you have accessed on your computer. The context-aware AI Explorer will also be able to launch projects, suggest workflows, and propose tasks based on the content on your screen. For example, when viewing an image, the tool may offer an "Edit Image" button to help you enhance the photo.

In essence, AI Explorer will transform the way we interact with our devices, making it easier and more intuitive to find and manage information, projects, and tasks on our computers. With these cutting-edge features, Windows 11 is set to redefine the computing experience for users of Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6.

Source: WindowsCentral, with special thanks to thecommunity.

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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