Microsoft confirms March ‘Surface’ event: Will we see Surface Pro 10, Surface Laptop 6? from Mashable

Microsoft announced that it is hosting a late March event that will delve into new developments with Copilot, Windows, and the Surface laptop family.

Zooming in on consumer laptops, Microsoft is reportedly planning on unleashing two models: the Surface Pro 10 and the Surface Laptop 6.

When is the Microsoft March Surface event?

Microsoft’s March Surface event is on March 21.

As mentioned, Microsoft is expected to drop new Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6 models. According to Windows Central, the former will have a new OLED display. The latter will feature a new design, including slimmer bezels, a haptic trackpad, and more USB-C ports.

The Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6 will reportedly come in two chip flavors: Intel and ARM. The Intel-packed Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6 configurations will hit store shelves in April. However, their ARM-based variants will arrive in June, according to Windows Central.

Windows and Copilot

On top of new hardware, Microsoft is also planning to unveil new software features, particularly for Windows and Copilot users.

With Microsoft’s big AI push this year, expect new AI experiences to make their way over to Windows 11 and Copilot, adding a new layer of convenience and seamlessness to users’ workflow.

Windows Central reported that Microsoft is working on a new “AI Explorer experience,” which records everything you do on your PC, allowing you to search chronologically on a timeline — all while using natural language.

When the Microsoft event launches on March 21, you’ll have the ability to watch it from home (likely via the Microsoft Youtube channel and its official website). Stay tuned for Mashable’s coverage of the springtime event.

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