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Microsoft Windows’ benchmark AI functional specification requirements exposed!No computer is up to standard now

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Microsoft Windows’ benchmark AI functional specification requirements exposed!No computer is up to standard now

Microsoft is set to revolutionize the consumer-facing Surface computers this year with the introduction of Qualcomm’s Arm architecture processors, according to recent reports. The tech giant is actively promoting its AI PC, which is said to bring a host of new AI features to Windows 11, earning it the moniker of the “AI Explorer” by foreign media.

One of the most anticipated features of the AI PC is the AI Explorer, which will allow users to track their operations in a timeline and use AI to search for conversation records, files, and picture content. Even with vague instructions, the AI Explorer can still understand and complete tasks efficiently.

However, not every Windows 11 computer will be able to enable the AI Explorer feature. Recent reports indicate that the official hardware requirements for AI Explorer will be limited to ARM architecture processors, excluding current Intel and AMD x86 processors. Additionally, the feature will require a Snapdragon X Elite NPU (Neural Network Processor), 16GB RAM, and more than 225GB of system disk space.

The most challenging aspect of meeting these requirements lies in the scarcity of ARM architecture computer processors and Qualcomm’s limited availability of NPUs. Consumers will have to wait for the official launch of Snapdragon X Elite laptops, expected in the second half of the year. Major manufacturers such as DELL, HP, Acer, Asus, Samsung, Microsoft, Xiaomi, and Lenovo are all set to release laptops featuring Snapdragon X Elite processors.

This move signifies a shift towards AI-powered computing and marks a significant advancement in the technology industry. With Microsoft leading the charge, the future of computing looks increasingly exciting and innovative.

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