ASUS new generation ZenBook Duo released, the secondary screen is better to use

According to a news report on January 14th, ASUS officially unveiled a new generation of ZenBook Duo dual-screen notebook at CES 2021. It is said that the body has been redesigned to be lighter and thinner than the previous generation, and it is better to increase the tilt angle of the secondary screen. In terms of usage and performance, it has also been upgraded to an 11-generation Core processor, which is an overall improvement over the previous generation.

The dual-screen notebook has two versions, Pro Duo 15 OLED and Duo 14. The former is equipped with a 15.6-inch OLED touch screen with a resolution of 3840×2160, 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut and Pantone certification; the bottom is 14 inches The second screen. The Duo 14 is equipped with a 14-inch 1920×1080 pixel touch screen and a 12.9-inch secondary screen.

It is understood that this time Asus has adopted a new hinge design. When the lid is opened, the Duo Pro 15 secondary screen can be tilted 9.5°, and the Duo 14 can be tilted 7°, providing a more comfortable viewing angle. At the same time, the brightness of the secondary screen is 400 nits higher than the previous generation, reducing glare and reflection. With the folding bracket provided by ASUS, it can be seen that the upward tilt of the fuselage brings a more comfortable and natural control experience.

In terms of configuration, Duo Pro 15 is equipped with up to 10th generation Core i9 processor, RTX 3070 unique display and 32GB memory; Duo 14 is equipped with 11th generation Core i5/i7 processor, optional MX450 independent display and 32GB memory. Among them, Duo 14 is now available for pre-sale with a starting price of US$1,000. Pro Duo 15 OLED will be launched in the North American market in April.