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The main draw of the ASUS Zenbook Duo 14 will certainly be the signature dual screens. Our review model is the ZenBook Duo 14 UX482E, which you'll be able to find here. Let's not pre-amble too much and get right into the machine. The laptop has a pretty...
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/touchpa...
Useful and vivid dual displays, Strong performance, Long battery life, Sleek, stylish hardware, Great ergonomic tweaks to second display, Thunderbolt 4
Thicker and heavier than the competition, Uncomfortable typing experience, Narrow trackpad, Poor webcam quality
When you see this device for the first time, a question arises. Do you really need a second display on your laptop? Well, as a matter of fact – no. You don't. But if we alter the question ever so slightly to “Can you make use of a second display on a lapt...
Improved ScreenPad Plus, 2x Thunderbolt 4 ports + MicroSD card slot, Covers 97% sRGB (AUO B140HAN06.B (AUOA48F)), Accurate color representation with our Gaming and Web design (AUO B140HAN06.B (AUOA48F)), Lacks PWM (AUO B140HAN06.B (AUOA48F)), Sleeve, stan...
No memory upgrades, Uncomfortable keyboard placement
The ZenBook Duo 14 is by no means a conventional laptop. The dual displays make it quite unique in the laptop space, not just with its design, but also because of the value it offers to creators and digital artists. ASUS has put in a lot of thought on how...
The ZenBook Duo 14 starts at Rs 99,990 for the Core i5 model, but the i7 variant with MX450 GPU will set interested folks back by Rs 1,34,990. It goes without saying that ASUS' ZenBook Duo lineup comprises the most innovative laptops launched in recent ye...
Impressively engineered dual-screen design, in a trim 14-inch chassis, Slimmer 3,5-pound build, with improved airflow, Software tweaks make ScreenPad Plus more useful, Two Thunderbolt 4 ports
Keyboard is cramped, with no natural wrist rest, Narrow touchpad
The Asus ZenBook Duo 14 continues to redefine what a laptop is and what it looks like, for the better. And we're a bit shocked that the ZenBook Duo is priced at $200 less than a similarly configured XPS 13 ($1,499), which is similar in speed and endurance...
Useful dual-display design, Excellent performance and battery life, Active pen and case included
Keyboard, touchpad layout might take some adjustment, Memory is soldered on
ASUS unveiled the ZenBook Duo 14 at CES 2021. The laptop features ASUS's famous secondary display above its keyboard. The secondary display can be used to run apps, control apps on the main display, and perform all sorts of other functions. It also props...
In review: Asus ZenBook Duo 14 UX482. Test unit provided by AsusIn our review of the ZenBook Duo UX481, we criticized the ScreenPad for its poor viewing angles relative to the user. Glare was almost unavoidable which significantly impacted the user experi...
ScreenPad makes muilti-tasking much easier, excellent CPU performance sustainability, quiet during low to low-medium loads, carrying case and active pen included, well-calibrated primary display, dual Thunderbolt 4 ports, respectable battery life
heavier and slightly thicker than most traditional 14-inch laptops, color space of ScreenPad is much narrower than primary display, ScreenPad viewing angles are still suboptimal, very warm CPU temperatures when stressed, digital camera shutter instead of...
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...