The complete package includes a pair of Thunderbolt 3 compatible USB-C ports, a full-size USB 3.1 port, HDMI output, WiFi 6, 90Wh battery, and of course a second screen. This time, Asus used a larger 14-inch 4K panel as the ScreenPad-slightly more. Of course, ASUS has squeezed in too many things, which means it might be best for sitting in one place-it weighs only 5.3 pounds or less.
For those looking for something more portable, there is also ZenBook Duo 14 and its 14-inch 1080p touch screen. Although you can configure it exactly the same, it is almost inferior to its larger counterparts-it comes with Intel Xe integrated graphics, but you can choose NVIDIA GeForce MX450 and then Core i5. -1
Asus puts all the batteries plus a 70Wh battery into a body weighing only 3.5 pounds. If you are a fan of the 12.6-inch ScreenPad Plus display located above the keyboard, it may be worth it.
Now, about the second screen. One of the main disadvantages of the original ZenBook Duo and Pro Duo secondary screens is their orientation-they are flush with the rest of the laptop’s main body, and even if the bottom half of these machines is slightly tilted upward, it is still difficult to see the ScreenPad Plus at a glance. Not this time. In these two new ZenBook Duo models, the ScreenPad itself can be rotated upwards to put it in your sight more clearly-the Pro Duo angle is 9.5 degrees, and the smaller Duo angle is 7 degrees.