Exploring the Future of Tech: Windows 11 PCs with AI and Sustainability Features Steal the Show at CES 2024

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CES saw device partners showcasing innovative Windows 11 PCs with cutting-edge design, performance, and AI features. Key themes included sustainability and AI, with devices featuring touchpads made from ocean-bound plastics and AI-powered graphics cards. Silicon partners also unveiled new hardware and software to the full potential of generative AI on Windows 11 PCs.

Windows Partners Showcase Innovative Tech at CES 2024

At CES 2024, Windows device partners unveiled an array of groundbreaking innovations. Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, and many gaming PC specialists showcased devices featuring cutting-edge design, performance, and experiences.

AI Takes Center Stage

Artificial Intelligence (AI) was a prominent feature at the show, with Windows PCs leading the way with Microsoft Copilot for Windows 11. This AI companion, accessible via a built-in Copilot key, aims to make everyday tasks on PC faster and easier.

“AI can make the things you do every day on your PC easier and faster – from searching for answers, to summarizing emails to keep you in the flow at work, to experiencing optimized performance and efficiency during gaming sessions with AI-powered graphics cards.”

Emphasis on Sustainability

Another key theme was sustainability, with innovations ranging from laptop chassis featuring touchpads made with ocean-bound plastics to devices shipped in 100% recycled packaging.

Breakthroughs from Silicon Partners

Silicon partners also made waves with new announcements. NVIDIA unveiled hardware and software aimed at unlocking the full potential of generative AI on Windows 11 PCs. Intel showcased their 14th Gen processors, while AMD rolled out their Radeon RX 7600 XT Graphics Card and expanded their desktop processor offerings.

Aspire Vero 16: Acer’s Sustainable Laptop

Acer announced the Aspire Vero 16, a sustainability-focused laptop shipped in 100% recycled packaging and featuring a touchpad made with ocean-bound plastic. This laptop is a perfect blend of eco-conscious design and performance.

Zenbook 14 OLED: ASUS’ Premium Ultraportable

ASUS’ newest addition to the Zenbook series, the Zenbook 14 OLED, features the latest advances in dedicated hardware AI acceleration. It comes with either Intel Core Ultra 9 or AMD Ryzen 8040 series processors.

XPS 14: Dell’s New Screen Sizes

Dell introduced new screen sizes to their XPS lineup, including the XPS 14. This model includes a built-in AI acceleration engine, offering a seamless blend of performance and innovation.

  • Many devices showcased at CES 2024 featured Microsoft Copilot for Windows 11, providing faster access to AI companions.
  • Sustainability was a key theme, with devices featuring touchpads made from ocean-bound plastics and shipping in 100% recycled packaging.
  • NVIDIA unveiled hardware and software aimed at unlocking the full potential of generative AI on Windows 11 PCs.
  • Intel showcased their 14th Gen processors built for gamers, creatives, and professionals, powering a range of devices.
  • AMD rolled out their AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT Graphics Card and expanded their desktop processor offerings with the Ryzen 8000G Series.
  • From the Windows Blog



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