Copilot+ announced alongside PC brands equipping Snapdragon X Elite & Snapdragon X Plus


As announced by Qualcomm before, the Snapdragon X Elite and Snapdragon X Plus processors will be coming to PCs this year and we got some new updates on that. Microsoft and global OEMs have revealed which processor they will be using alongside Copilot+, a new AI technology that can revolutionize how users interact with their PCs. 

During the Copilot+ presentation, Pavan Davuluri, Corporate Vice President of Windows + Devices for Microsoft said that Copilot+ PCs will "deliver performance per watt leadership to the Windows ecosystem while also powering groundbreaking AI experiences and exceptional battery life". While that sounds promising, that remains to be seen but Copilot+ is great on paper. 

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Copilot+ PCs powered by Snapdragon X Elite and X Plus launched include:

  • Acer Swift 14 AI - Featuring the Snapdragon X Series platforms, Copilot+ capabilities in Windows 11, and solutions such as Acer PurifiedView 2.0 and Acer PurifiedVoice 2.0, it offers an option with a 2.5K touchscreen display and stands out with a Copilot+ PC-exclusive design, featuring a unique AI logo on the cover and an Activity Indicator on the touchpad.
  • ASUS incorporating Snapdragon X Elite and X Plus into the ASUS Vivobook S 15. Integrated 45 NPU TOPS and 45W TDP, supported by ASUS IceCool Thermal technology, users will enjoy on-device AI processing, enabling Copilot+ PC next-gen AI-powered features. The ASUS Vivobook S 15 offers more than 18 hours of usage, despite its 15.6-inch 3K 120 Hz OLED display. More info about the ASUS Vivobook S 15 is available here.
  • Dell now offers five new laptops powered by Snapdragon X Elite and Snapdragon X Plus. This includes the XPS 13, Inspiron 14 Plus, Inspiron 14, Latitude 7455 and Latitude 5455 with AI performance, and durable battery life. The new devices also feature NGAI, enabling transformative AI PC experiences. Visit here to learn more.
  • HP’s next-gen AI PCs will feature the Snapdragon X Elite processor and its dedicated Neural Processing Unit (NPU), capable of 45 trillion operations per second (TOPS), to run language models and generative AI locally on the device. The HP OmniBook X AI PC and HP EliteBook Ultra AI PC are powered with AI PC technologies with up to 26 hours of battery life, rapid charging, and AI optimization. The HP EliteBook Ultra also delivers additional features such as Wolf Pro Security Next Gen Antivirus (NGAV), Microsoft Secured-Core PC designation and a three-year warranty. 
  • Lenovo introduced the Lenovo Yoga Slim 7x and Lenovo ThinkPad T14s Gen 6, its first AI PCs powered by Snapdragon X Elite. These laptops offer up to 45 trillion operations per second (TOPS). Windows 11 and Copilot+ enhancements enable access to LLM capabilities offline, enhancing creativity, productivity and security. The ThinkPad T14s Gen 6 will also have similar features. Find out more about Lenovo’s latest AI PCs here.
  • Microsoft Surface: The new Surface Laptop is updated with an AI-enhanced camera, and delivers ultra-long battery life and all-new AI experiences powered by Snapdragon X Elite and Snapdragon X Plus processors. It's available in 13.8” and 15” flexible display 2-in-1 laptops. It introduces a new, optional OLED with HDR displays and an ultrawide field-of-view camera perfect for Windows Studio Effects. Visit here to learn more.
  • Samsung: Samsung Galaxy Book4 Edge is equipped with hybrid AI integrations, and powered by the Snapdragon X Elite for laptops backed by 45 TOPS NPU computing power. With 14-inch and 16-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display size options, Galaxy Book4 Edge also brings its Galaxy AI features like Circle to Search with Google, Live Translate and Chat Assist to the PC’s more expansive display. Experience the next level of personalized, powerful AI computing here.


To learn more about Snapdragon X Series Platforms, you can visit the official web portal hereCristiano Amon, President and CEO of Qualcomm Incorporated, will be delivering a keynote at Computex 2024 on June 3. Follow this link to tune in.