Here Are the Six Tech Brands Joining Microsoft to Make AI-Infused Copilot+ PCs

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Key Takeaways

  • Six top brands—Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung—are launching new Copilot+ PCs featuring Microsoft’s AI-powered toolset.
  • These AI-integrated devices include Snapdragon X processors, new security features, and Windows integration.
  • The new Copilot+ PCs are available starting June 18th.

Six brands are collaborating with Microsoft to feature a native version of Microsoft’s artificial intelligence (AI) Copilot toolset in their devices

The brands include Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung. 

This is part of Microsoft’s announcement regarding its Copilot+ PCs at the launch event of its annual Build conference. The idea is that these devices will integrate Microsoft’s AI-powered tool, Copilot, fully into the operating system

Here’s a breakdown of the brands and their AI-infused PCs launched at and around Microsoft’s big event, all set to be available starting June 18. 

Overall Features in Every Copilot+ PC

List of initial Copilot PCs

There are several features that will be integrated within every single Copilot+ PC. Here’s a comprehensive list of what to expect: 

  • Windows Integration: Apps will run better than before, as they offer more native ARM64 experiences. Many apps will now run natively on ARM, such as Teams, PowerPoint, Outlook, Word, Excel, OneDrive, and OneNote. Chrome, Spotify, Zoom, WhatsApp, Blender, Affinity Suite, and DaVinci Resolve will also run natively. There is also a new emulator, Prism, that promises better performance with x86 apps. 
  • Security: Every device will have a new security feature built directly into the computer’s processor, called the Microsoft Pluton security processor. This will be enabled by default and automatically updated by Microsoft, so it always has the latest protections. Furthermore, there are new features and updates available on Windows 11 to improve security. 

There are also the most obvious aspects of these new Copilot+ PCs; the fact that there are the several AI experiences associated with them. Here’s an overview of each of the features.


Copilot+ PCs organize information based on relationships and associations unique to your individual experiences. This means that you can scroll across time to find the content you need. 

Image Creation and Editing

You can now have an assistant called Cocreator while you are creating new images. This will allow you to create alongside AI, as it will help you refine, edit, and evolve your ideas. 

You can also use the Restyle Image tool in photos to reimagine personal photos with new styles, or generate endless images for free using the Image Creator in Photos. 

Creative Apps Integration

Adobe has partnered with Microsoft to offer Photoshop, Lightroom, and Express on all Copilot+ PCs. Illustrator, Premiere Pro, and more are also coming. Furthermore, DaVinci Resolve Studio, CapCut, Cephable, LiquidText, and djay Pro will be optimized for Qualcomm’s Neural Processing Unit (NPU). 

Live Captions

This is a feature powered by the NPU, so it will be available offline. It offers real-time English language captions for any audio on your PC from over 40 languages. 

Windows Studio Effects

These help you look and sound your best automatically with easily accessible controls. Features like portrait light, creative filters, eye contact teleprompter, and improvements to voice focus and portrait blur will now be available in all Copilot+ PCs. 


This personal AI agent can help you with whatever you need with a single tap on a keyboard, thanks to the new Copilot key. With Copilot, you’ll have access to the most advanced AI models, including OpenAI’s GPT-4o

Meet the New Copilot+ PCs

Ahead of the Build conference, six top brands — Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung — unveiled their first Copilot+ PCs to make use of Microsoft’s new AI toolset.

Here’s a detailed look at each brand’s offerings and their standout features.


Acer is launching the Swift 14 AI as part of the new Copilot+ PC lineup. Here are its key features: 

  • Unique AI Integration: AI-enhanced features include Acer PurifiedVoice 2.0 and Purified View, which work together to boost the video call experience using AI technology. These two features allow you to look and sound your best during all your calls. 
  • Processor: You can purchase the device either with the Snapdragon X Plus or the Snapdragon X Elite. 
  • Lightweight Design: The device only weighs 1.36kg (3lbs), making it portable. 
  • Display: It has a 2.5K touchscreen display with color-accurate imagery.


      The Vivobook S 15 is ASUS’ Copilot+ PC offering. Here are some of its key features: 

      • Unique AI Integration: AI enhancements include Windows Studio effects v2 and ASUS AiSense camera, with presence-detection capabilities for Adaptive Dimming and Lock.
      • Processor: It uses a Snapdragon X Elite processor. 
      • Lightweight Design: The device weighs 1.42 kg (3.1lbs), making it very portable for a laptop this size.
      • Display: The Vivobook S 15 centers on a 15.6-inch 3K OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, making it both sharp and smooth. 
      • Battery Life: Its battery life might be one of its most impressive features, as it boasts 18 hours of claimed battery life. 
      • Target Audience: This device seems to be aimed not just at professionals, but also some gamers. The beautiful display, battery life, and next-level cooling system (two 97 iceblades, two heat pipes, two exhaust vents) should keep it cool under heavy workloads. 


      Dell is making the biggest waves among the six brands by releasing five new Copilot+ PCs. Here’s a brief overview of each device: 

      • Dell XPS 13: This variant on the existing ultraportable features a Snapdragon X Elite, multiple display options, (including FHD+ and UHD+), and up to 32GB of memory.
      • Dell Inspiron 14 Plus: This mainstream model uses a Snapdragon X Plus.
      • Dell Inspiron 14: This also uses a Snapdragon X Plus.
      • Dell Latitude 7455: This business portable mates a Snapdragon X Elite with a QHD+ touchscreen display.
      • Dell Latitude 5455: This is a robust mid-range laptop with Snapdragon X Plus processors.


      HP is releasing two devices as part of the Copilot+ lineup. Here’s a table breaking down their main features: 

      Feature  HP OmniBook X 14″ Laptop AI PC HP EliteBook Ultra G1q AI PC
      Processor  Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite
      Display 14-inch diagonal touchscreen Eyesafe Certified Display 14-inch diagonal anti-glare 2.2K (2,240 x 1,400) WLED, Touch, Low Blue Light, UWVA 300 nits DBTSP, 100% sRGB
      Weight  1.35 kg (2.97lbs) 1.35kg (2.97lbs)
      Memory Up to 32GB LPDDR5x-8448 MHz RAM 16GB LPDDR5x 8400, soldered down
      Battery Life Up to 26 hours of battery life Not Specified
      Storage Up to 2TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe M.2 SSD 512GB PCIe NVMe QLC SSD; 512GB up to 1TB PCIe NVMe TLC SSD
      Camera 5MP (16:10) camera with manual shutter 5MP camera; IR Camera
      Target Audience Professionals and content creators Business professionals and corporate users



      Lenovo is also launching two AI PCs, with both home users and businesses in mind. Here’s a table breaking down the specs of each of the devices: 

      Features  Lenovo Yoga Slim 7x (14”, 9) Lenovo ThinkPad T14s Gen 6
      Dimensions and Weight (mm): 325 x 225.15 x 12.9 

      (inches): 12.80 x 8.86 x 0.51

      Starting at 1.28kg (2.82lbs)

      (mm):  313.6 x 219.4 x 16.9

      (inches): 12.34 x 8.64 x 0.67

      Starting at 1.24kg (2.72lbs)

      Display 14.5-inch 3K (2,944 x 1,840) 90Hz 16:10

      PureSight OLED Touch, 1000 nits peak, Delta E<1, 100% sRGB, 100% P3, VESA Certified DisplayHDR

      True Black 600, Dolby Vision

      TÜV Low Blue Light Certification

      14-inch WUXGA 16:10 IPS, 400 nits, Low Power, 100% sRGB, EyeSafe

      14-inch WUXGA 16:10 IPS, Touch, DBEF5, 400 nits, 45% NTSC6

      14-inch 2.8K OLED, 400 nits, 100% DCI-P3, Dolby Vision, HDR True Black 500, EyeSafe   

      Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite
      Graphics Snapdragon X Elite Qualcomm Adreno GPU Snapdragon X Elite Qualcomm Adreno GPU
      Memory Up to 32GB LPDDR5X 8448 MHz Dual Channel Up to 64GB LPRRD5X 8533MT/s Dual Channel
      Storage Up to 1TB PCIe Gen 4 2242 M.2 Up to 1TB PCIe Gen 4 2242 M.2
      Battery 70WHr 58WHr
      Camera FHD MIPI Webcam, IR Camera, Camera Shutter, Four Microphones FHD + IR MIPI Camera with privacy shutter, always on Computer Vision HPD, Two Microphones
      Ports Left Side:

      2X USB-C (40Gbps, PD 3.1, DP 1.4)

      Right Side:

      1X USB Type-C (40Gbps, PD 3.1, DP 1.4)

      2X USB-A (5Gbps)

      2X USB-C (USB4 40Gbps)

      Audio jack

      HDMI 2.1

      Audio Dolby Atmos Audio Dolby Audio, dual speakers
      Connectivity Wi-Fi 7, Bluetooth 5.3 Wi-Fi 7, Bluetooth 5.3


      Samsung is releasing the Galaxy Book4 Edge as part of its Copilot+ lineup. Here’s a breakdown of its main features: 

      • Display: 14- or 16-inch 3K Dynamic AMOLED 2X touchscreen.
      • Processor: This comes with the high-end Snapdragon X Elite.
      • Battery Life: An estimated 22 hours of video playback, plus fast charging for quick top-ups.
      • Ecosystem Integration: Connects with Galaxy smartphones, enabling features like using the phone as webcam, auto-switching audio with Galaxy Buds, and Quick Share for transferring files across devices.
      • Security: It offers the Knox protection found the company’s phones and tablets.

      Microsoft’s Surface Laptop and Surface Pro

      Apart from the above mentioned devices from top tech brands, Microsoft itself has released its redesigned Surface Laptop and Surface Pro as part of the Copilot+ lineup. Although we delve deeper into each of the devices in our recent news article, here’s a brief overview of the devices: 

      • Surface Laptop: The device includes razor-thin bezels, a spectacular touchscreen display, an AI-enhanced camera, premium audio, and a haptic touchpad. There are two display sizes (13.8-inch or 15-inch)  and four colors to choose from. The device also supports up to 22 hours of local video playback on the 15-inch Surface Laptop, or up to 20 hours on the smaller model.
      • Surface Pro: The new Surface Pro retains Microsoft’s signature detachable tablet, but has been reworked with promises of increased speed and battery life. It includes the option of an HDR-capable OLED screen and an ultrawide camera. The new Surface Pro Flex Keyboard is also unique in letting you use it either attached or wholly separate. It provides greater stability by integrating Surface Slim Pen storage and charging, as well as a silent, tactile touchpad.