Today’s tech news: Asus ZenBook Pro Duo with dual screen pads


Asus dependably prefers to utilize its main expo of Computex, which additionally happens to be the world’s greatest PC equipment occasion, to flaunt a wide and sporadically wild lineup of new items. What’s more, it’s truly beaten itself this time. The feature declaration is a standout amongst the most debauched workstations at any point made.

The ZenBook Pro Duo has not one, yet two 4K screens. There’s a 15-inch 16:9 OLED board where you’d regularly discover the showcase on a workstation, at that point a 32:9 IPS “ScreenPad Plus” screen legitimately over the console that is a similar width and a large portion of the tallness. It’s as though Asus taken a gander at the MacBook Pro Touch Bar and thought “imagine a scenario in which that, yet with 32 fold the number of pixels.

However, the ScreenPad Plus doesn’t remove anything from the ZenBook Pro Duo, with the exception of probably battery life. Asus still incorporated a full-sized console with a capacity push, including a break key, and the trackpad is found straightforwardly to one side. The structure is reminiscent of Asus’ Zephryus slimline gaming even still get the light-up drawing that gives you a chance to utilize the trackpad as a numpad. HP took a stab at something comparative as of late, as well, however its second screen was far littler.

Asus has assembled some product for the ScreenPad Plus that makes it to a greater degree an optional control board, however you can likewise utilize it as an all out screen, or even two on the off chance that you need to part it into two littler 16:9 1080p windows. You can likewise set it to fill in as an augmentation of the primary screen, so sites ascend from over your console as you look down, which is quite startling. Or on the other hand you could utilize it to watch Lawrence of Arabia while you jam on Excel spreadsheets.

The ZenBook Pro Duo has up to an eight-center Intel Core i9 processor with a Nvidia RTX 2060 GPU. There are four far-field amplifiers intended for use with Alexa and Cortana, and there’s an Echo-style blue light at the base edge that initiates with voice directions. It has a Thunderbolt 3 port, two USB-A ports, an earphone jack, and a full-sized HDMI port.

With no hiccups or hitches notwithstanding when running an escalated video altering programming demo. It’s a genuinely weighty PC at 2.5kg (about 5.5lbs), yet that will be normal given the gaming PC class internals. I would likewise anticipate that its battery life should fall some place near that specific class of items, however we’ll need to keep a watch out about that.

While both of the screens looked great, I will say they appeared to be unique. Some portion of that is a direct result of the singing force of the essential OLED board, however the ScreenPad Plus is likewise covered with a matte completion, and normally looks less splendid due to how you normally see it at an off edge.

Asus is additionally making a less expensive and littler 14-inch model called the ZenBook Duo. The structure and idea is fundamentally the equivalent, however the two screens are full HD as opposed to 4K, there’s no Core i9 choice, and the discrete GPU has been vigorously minimized to a MX250.

Asus hasn’t reported estimating or accessibility for the ZenBook Pro Duo or the ZenBook Duo, yet they’re required to arrive in the second from last quarter of this current year.

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