🔍🖥️ Microsoft unveils new computers powered by Qualcomm's AI chips!

Microsoft $MSFT-0.5% on Monday announced a new line of Surface laptops and Surface Pro tablets that feature advanced chips from Qualcomm. These chips allow you to run AI functions directly on the device, saving battery and boosting performance. 🔋

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Qualcomm $QCOM+2.2% has launched Snapdragon X Elite and X Plus processors , which are also found in products from other leading manufacturers such as Lenovo, Dell, HP, Asus, Acer and Samsung. These computers will have longer battery life and support for Microsoft Copilot AI - a great assistant for everyday tasks. 🤖

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Microsoft plans to extend this technology to computers with chips from AMD and Intelthat will meet the standard Copilot+. With this news, they will be able to translate audio, recommend replies to messages, suggest changes to settings and much more. The price of these advanced computers will start at $999.

AI models running locally will be able to generate images based on text descriptions or drawings. Microsoft is making this move to strengthen its market position and compete Applewhich has long used processor architectures Armwhich is known for its energy efficiency and high performance. 🍏💻

The announcement comes nearly four months after the CEO Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that in the year 2024 will AI will be an integral part of every computer by 2024. The launch of these devices marks another significant step in the integration of AI into our everyday technology. 🌐

According to analysts at Morgan Stanley,Armsystems are expected to make up 14 % of all Windows PC shipments . That's a huge leap from 0 % in 2023. 📈

Shares of $QCOM+2.2% reached new highs today at $204. Since the beginning of the year, they're up more than 44 %.

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What do you think of these companies and the introduction of artificial intelligence directly into smart devices?


I see it similarly to Christopher, I also don't know anyone with their laptop and I personally wouldn't buy that laptop.

AI is really being introduced into everything today. It's an evolution. It's good that Microsoft is trying to do it too, but I don't personally know anyone who uses their laptops. I'm not saying they're bad, but there are more interesting alternatives on the market for me.

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