ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo: Review, Specifications & Features

You’ve used the Touch Bar on the MacBook Pros. You’re quite used to it.

Now, comes the next generation.

ASUS recently introduced the ZenBook Pro Duo, it is the first two-screened laptop that is in the market.  

The touchpad-replacement on last year’s ZenBook Pros seemed like a novelty, with the bonus of giving you a small, extra screen for messaging apps, videos and simple utility apps like a calculator.

Alex at Consordini has published a video review of the Asus ZenBook Pro Duo in which you can find a detailed user perspective of the device.

The much larger size of the second screen on the ZenBook Pro Duo, however, enables many new possibilities.

Both of its screens are touchscreens, and moving apps between the windows with your finger take a little bit of getting used to, but it’s simple.

Basically, the ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo 14 is designed for anyone who likes using a second monitor but also wants a PC with more portability.

Combining both of these, ASUS ZenBook Pro might be of a good choice to you.

The ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo 14 may not be the lightest of the light, but it weighs 2.5KG, which is a significantly lightweight device considering its dual-screen system and the packed-in features.

Its Intel Core i9 HK processor and Nvidia RTX 2060 ensures that both screens run smoothly. The Speakers on the ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo are significantly louder too. 

Thanks for reading this post, we will keep you updated with any latest news from ASUS regarding these ZenBooks.

It is surely a unique device to look forward to. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Rishav Kumar

Rishav Kumar is a Developer, Entrepreneur, TEDx Speaker & an Apple WWDC Scholarship Winner! Dreams in Tech, Lives in Travel, Sleeps on Flights. Loves to write, Follow his articles on this website!

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