Asus has formally launched its ZenBook Duo, a conveyable laptop computer with two screens. The machine will MSRP for $1,499. The product is listed on Amazon, however it’s at present out of inventory; Asus says it’s best to be capable of purchase it quickly.
The ZenBook Duo is actually a smaller, specced-down model of final yr’s 15.6-inch ZenBook Professional Duo, which was 6.four kilos and bought for a whopping $2,499. This duo has a 14-inch FHD touchscreen as its main panel in addition to a smaller 12.6-inch panel constructed into the highest of the keyboard deck.
You may in all probability think about the supposed use instances; you possibly can message your mates on one display screen whereas watching a film on the opposite or hold Slack open on the underside show whilst you work on the highest. And it ought to make for some good multitasking on Zoom or Microsoft Groups calls for the time being. Asus says it’s working carefully with builders to optimize apps for the dual-screen setup. Verge information editor Chaim Gartenberg bumped into quite a few glitches with the software program on the ZenBook Professional Duo, so hopefully Asus has ironed a few of these out.
Inside, the Duo might be powered by a 10th Era Core i7 105-10U and a GeForce MX250. The listed configuration additionally includes a 1TB SSD and 16GB RAM (DDR4). It weighs 3.Three kilos and features a stylus from Asus. It has a 70Wh battery, however bear in mind that should energy two screens. It’ll be attention-grabbing to see how a lot juice the brick can present after we assessment the system subsequent week.