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Microsoft announces Copilot Plus PCs with built-in AI hardware

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella standing in front of a screen reading “Copilot+PC”
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella introduces the Copilot Plus PC branding. | Image: Allison Johnson

Microsoft is making a major push to put AI into laptops. It’s introducing a new branding today called “Copilot Plus PCs” that’ll highlight when Windows laptops come with built-in AI hardware and support for AI features across the operating system.

All of Microsoft’s major laptop partners will offer Copilot Plus PCs, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said at an event at the company’s headquarters on Monday. That includes Dell, Lenovo, Samsung, HP, Acer, and Asus; Microsoft is also introducing two of its own as part of the Surface line. And while Microsoft is also making a big push to bring Arm chips to Windows laptops today, Nadella said that laptops with Intel and AMD chips will offer these AI features, too.

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