Meet the Asus ZenBook Pro Duo.
You may have seen the ScreenPad on some Asus notebooks that turn the trackpad into a secondary screen, but this new notebook also features a secondary screen but in an entirely different way. The Asus ZenBook Pro Duo features a larger ScreenPad Plus screen, which actually occupies the top half of the keyboard.
This extended screen can be configured in any way that you like thanks to the ScreenXpert software that includes various apps, tools, and utilities that you can use.
The main screen is a 4K OLED touchscreen is a joy to look at, and despite the secondary ScreenPad Plus screen having a smaller size, it still has a 4K resolution support. With the keyboard moving all the way down, the trackpad is now placed on the right. While this placement is fine for some, it might have some difficulties for left-handed people like me.
On the inside the ZenBook Pro Duo, you will find a 9th-generation Intel Core processor with 32 GB of RAM and an Nvidia GeForce 2060 GPU along with 1 TB of storage. NanoEdge display and the ErgoLift function is also present on this ZenBook.
A smaller, 14-inch ultraportable version called simply the ZenBook Duo will also be available with a full HD screen on both the main display and the ScreenPad Plus that’s powered by an Intel Core i7 processor and an Nvidia GeForce MX250 CPU.
Pricing and availability in the Middle East will be revealed soon.