Asus has shocked at Computex 2019 with its brand new ZenBook Pro Duo, an extravagant dual-screen laptop. The tech company has geared the ZenBook Pro Duo with not one but two screens, namely an extendable 4K UHD OLED HDR primary screen, and a touch-susceptible 4K ‘ScreenPad Plus’ underneath. Also, on the right side of the physical keyboard lays an LED supported touchpad which can transform in a Numpad. The device weighs 2.5 kilograms, and its creative dual-screen arrangement is fascinating, creating numerous possibilities for multi-tasking.
Asus’ promo video depicts a ZenBook Pro Duo user shifting and toggling apps between screens, utilizing the ScreenPad as an extendable work-space and using a segment of the ScreenPad as a multi-app launcher. The footage also shows the user operating the ScreenPad as a multi-task window manager and switcher, and using the ScreenPad to write by hand and draw with a stylus.
The ScreenPad can also be used for app tools, content creator collections, streaming applications, and gaming chat. The primary display is a 15.6-inch OLED 4K 16:9 touchscreen, with 3840 x 2160 resolution, a 5mm-thin bezel with 89 percent screen-to-body proportion, a 178° wide-view and 100 percent DCI-P3 color. The ScreenPad has 14-inch, 4K UHD with 3840 x 1100 resolution, and touch display with a wide-view mechanism.
Asus ZenBook Pro Duo With Two Screens
The ZenBook Pro Duo comes in two variants, namely an octa-core Intel Core i9 9980HK processor and a hexacore Core i7 9750H processor. The CPU is combined with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 6GB, between 8GB and 32GB of 266MHz DDR4 RAM, storage from 256GB, 512GB or 1TB PCIe SSD.
The laptop comes with various ports, including a Thunderbolt 3 USB-C, an HDMI 2.0, and so on. Among other features, the ZenBook Pro Duo comes with Wi-Fi 6, BT5.0, Haman Kardon audio, IT Webcam with Windows Hello, and a mic lineup. Talking about significant laptop components, Asus has geared a full-size backlit with 1.4mm key travel, a Precision Touchpad which supports smart gestures, and an incorporated LED backlit Numpad on the touchpad. The box also comes with a stylus.
The tech giant has also revealed a regular ZenBook Duo. The size and specifications have been moderated for this version of ZenBook, but it is more portable and comes at a lower price. The laptop has an Intel Core i7 processor, Nvidia GeForce MX250 GPU, and an upper limit of 16GB of 2133MHz LPDDR3 RAM. The ZenBook Pro is smaller and weighs 1.5 kilograms, has a 14-inch LED backlit Full HD, with 1920 x 1080 resolution, a 16:9-thin bezel. Its primary screen is a NanoEdge with a 12.6-inch FHD touch display as the ScreenPad display. Both screens come with 178˚ wide-view technology. The ZenBook Pro and Zenbook Pro Duo laptops to be announced sometime around the Q3 2019.
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