Microsoft may announce the first new Surface model designed with “AI PC” this month

Sources close to Windows Central suggest that Microsoft plans to unveil its latest additions to the Surface series on March 21st, including the Surface Pro 10 and the Surface Laptop 6, marking the company’s inaugural foray into the realm of “AI PCs.”

Microsoft is anticipated to reveal its first “AI PC” designed Surface models on March 21, reportedly equipped with the next generation of Intel Core Ultra processors and specifications for the Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite processor.

The forthcoming Surface series models are expected to be outfitted with Intel’s latest Core Ultra processors, with options also available featuring the Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite processor specifications. However, versions equipped with the Snapdragon X Elite processor are slated for a June release, while those with the Core Ultra processor will become available in April.

The Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6 are poised to be among the first devices to incorporate the new artificial intelligence applications of Windows 11, with Microsoft also planning to release an updated version of the Windows 11 operating system for a wide array of Windows PCs to support an expanded suite of AI-driven services.

Both new devices are designed for all-day battery life, with the Surface Pro 10 featuring an anti-glare, HDR-supportive OLED display. The Surface Laptop 6 is expected to boast a slimmer bezel, rounded corners, and a screen design complemented by a dedicated Copilot AI service key and a newly designed port configuration.