Asus’ Laptops: New Dual-Screen ZenBooks


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Asus has announced new dual-screen ZenBook Duo laptop which includes a 15-inch screen and will be available in North America in April 2021. Also, a new VivoBook and ExpertBook will get launched with light and portable features. For the ZenBook Duo line, the laptops have a primary screen (the regular one) and a secondary screen (the ScreenPad Plus) that is built into the top half of the keyboard deck.

ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED is a 15.6-inch dual-screen laptop with a primary OLED display. Another one is a 14-inch model, a sequel to the regular ZenBook Duo. Both the models have good performance, battery life and other features. The two Duos with major specifications: Pro Duo 15 OLED has now Intel’s 10th Gen processors (up to a Core i9) and Nvidia’s latest GeForce RTX 3070 mobile GPU. Also, the ZenBook Duo 14 includes Intel’s 11th Gen processors (a Core i7 or a Core i5) with Iris Xe integrated graphics.

The new design is no longer flat on the keyboard deck, meaning you do not need to crane your neck over the keyboard to read the secondary display. Also, the new hinge design is 30 percent small and is upgraded with the ScreenPad’s software (now called Screen Xpert 2).

There is also the latest VivoBook S14, which is Evo-certified. It is the lightest 14-inch VivoBook at just 2.87 pounds and featured up to 11th Gen processors with Xe graphics. The regular VivoBook 14 is powered by AMD’s new Ryzen 5000 U-Series mobile processors.

Asus has finally made some updates to its ExpertBook B9, a 1.94-pound world’s lightest 14-inch business laptop with Intel’s latest 11th Gen vPro processors. It provides a number of security and remote management features, including Intel’s Active Management Technology.

The ExpertBook includes a number of features like two-way AI noise-canceling technology, support for Wi-Fi 6 and Harman Kardon-certified speakers. It is going to be launched in first quarter of 2021.