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.