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Introducing Copilot+ PCs

Introducing Copilot+ PCs

Microsoft has introduced Copilot+ PC, which features powerful new silicon with a neural processing unit (NPU) capable of more than 40 trillion operations per second. These Copilot+ PCs are equipped with Microsoft Pluton security processor and are designed to be secure by default. With the help of advanced AI and hardware-based security, they can help organizations of all sizes increase productivity and enhance communication. The features include Recall for faster access to mission-critical information, live captions with real-time translation for videos, recordings, and streamed content, and Windows Studio Effects to minimize distraction. Initially, the first Copilot+ PCs feature Snapdragon X Elite Arm processors from Qualcomm, and devices with Intel and AMD processors will follow later this year. Since it runs on Windows 11, these devices can be easily deployed, managed, and secured similarly to current Windows device ecosystems. For more information, you can visit the Copilot+ PCs product page and Microsoft Security Blog.

Get ready for the next-gen PC for the AI era, Copilot+ PCs.

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