The Asus ZenBook Duo keeps up with the times and continues to be more than a gimmick thanks to quality-of-life improvements and a jump to 11th Gen Intel chips. But you need to decide what’s more important to you: a second screen or a better typing/touchpad experience?
The Asus ZenBook Duo 14 is a pretty good laptop that sacrifices ergonomics for a big second screen.
ASUS ZenBook Duo 14 series won the Red Dot Product Design Award 2021, a world-renowned design award.
ASUS Zenbook Duo 14 won the iF Design Award 2021, a world-renowned design award.
Asus' Zenbook Duo 14 UX482 improves the dual-screen laptop experience with better design, improved software and Intel 11th Gen muscle. But the typing and mousing experience is still compromised.
ZenBook Duo has been named as the CES® 2021 Innovation Awards Honoree
With the secondary display right just above my hands, the touch screen is alot more accessible and alot more useful.
Possibilities of multitasking are endless on ZenBook Duo UX482
The possibilities of multitasking are endless here. Apart from multitasking, the screenpad has mini launcher of sorts that lets you do different stuff
The New Zenbook Duo UX482 improves upon its predecessor in every other way. The screen pad is more useful, the machine is slimmer while retaining great build quaity and the CPU is also faster.
This secondary screen works nicely with the main screen and provides a place for other tools and apps that won’t impede on the main screen real estate
"The ScreenPad Plus though is a massive feature of the ZenBook Duo 14. It adds a lot of functionality to your workflow whether you’re used to dual-screen or not."
Multitasking was really smooth, with very little to no latency experienced. This made being productive very easy, and the laptop was comfortable to use throughout the day.
For those who need more than one display screen to work, want performance with long battery power as well as tasks involving photo or video editing that are not heavy.
For users who need two screens for creative content creation, the ZenBook Duo 14 is definitely a good choice. If you are familiar with traditional laptops, and you want to type or play games, you may need to consider these two-screen laptops carefully, but it is also good to try out the experience brought by two screens.
"But there’s more than one feature in the new ASUS that plays to the strength of a multitasker like me. In fact, this beautiful streamlined machine is virtually made for busy on the go professionals. Not only is it thinner, lighter and brighter than previous models; it is an impressive piece of hardware."