Microsoft is expected to release its first real "AI PCs" with its upcoming Surface laptops.

According to a Windows Central story, Microsoft is preparing to enhance its Surface portfolio with new AI-enabled features. 

The site was informed by unidentified sources that the next-generation neural processing unit (NPU), in addition to Intel and Arm-based choices, will be included in the next Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6.

According to Windows Central, Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon X CPUs will power Microsoft's Arm-based devices. These computers, code-named CADMUS, are apparently going to be built to run the AI capabilities that Microsoft is planning to include in a later version of Windows. 

According to Windows Central, they'll also include enhancements to performance, battery life, and security comparable to that of Apple technology. The newest 14th-generation CPUs from the firm are expected to be included in the Intel version of the devices.

The Surface Pro 10 is expected to sport improved internals as well as a brighter, HDR-compatible display with an anti-glare coating and a resolution choice of 2160 x 1440 or 2880 x 1920. According to Windows Central, it might even feature rounded corners, just like the Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio range, and support a redesigned Type Cover with a button that launches Windows Copilot.

Regarding the Surface Laptop 6, Windows Central notes that the 15-inch model will remain the same size while the smaller variant will have a slightly larger 13.8-inch display (up from the 13.5-inch display on the Surface Laptop 5). The gadget is said to have a rounder display with thinner bezels, similar to the Surface Pro 10. 

According to Windows Central, it may also feature a number of other ports, such as two USB-C, one USB-A, and one for Surface Connect charging. Additionally, a haptic touchpad and a keyboard button devoted to Windows Copilot are reported to be included with the device.

Next year, Microsoft is anticipated to unveil the Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6. However, Windows Central claims that a new, updated Surface Laptop Studio and a more substantial redesign of the Surface Pro may be on the horizon for 2025.

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