Asus Launches India’s First CoPilot+ PC

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Asus has released India’s first CoPilot+ PC, the Vivobook S 15 OLED. With several hardware companies announcing similar AI offerings for the Indian market, the Asus launch is just the first in a number of launches to come in the next year.

This is also the first time that a Vivobook PC has not been powered by an Intel or AMD processor. The AI-powered Vivobook is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X Elite processor, departing from Asus’ usual reliance on Intel and AMD hardware. The switch in processors is attributed to providing improved energy efficiency and enhanced AI performance.

Its other features also include a 15.6-inch 3K OLED display, 16GB of RAM, and a 1TB SSD. Asus also advertises a battery life of up to 18 hours on a single charge.

However, its most notable feature, which allows it to stand out, is its AI integration, which is facilitated by a dedicated CoPilot key. This feature provides quick access to AI-driven functionalities, assisting with tasks ranging from system optimisation to intelligent suggestions and automation.

Priced at Rs 1,24,990, the S 15 is now available for purchase on all major retail channels across India.

As previously reported by AIM, all major companies, including Acer, Dell, HP and Lenovo, have begun announcing their own range of AI-powered laptops and PCs. This is likely a result of NVIDIA releasing more AI-capable GPUs specifically for personal use and improved gaming experiences in the last two years.

Additionally, with several offerings from other companies, it seems that Asus has managed to get a headstart on the Indian market with the Vivobook S 15, relying specifically on a Snapdragon processor and the first in the market to launch a CoPilot+ PC.

However, as mentioned before, this is just the first in several releases, as more companies begin offering their own CoPilot+ PCs in India.

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