Asus Zenbook Duo with unique design

ASUS ZenBook Duo CES 2024
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ASUS is now known for shaking up the bag well and thoroughly when it comes to laptop design. A wild new laptop design from Asus on their Zenbook Duo provides a dual screen laptop, perfect for graphic design and other creative tasks.

If you are a creative soul, or work with others, Asus' new laptop could be just the thing for you. The company has announced a new Zenbook Duo device, the latest in their line of dual-screen laptops, at CES 2024.

However, this Duo differs from previous models, as both screens are now the same size, namely 14 inches each. This laptop could very well be one of the best for graphic design, as well as image editing and collaborative work. There are several different ways you can use the Zenbook Duo.


You can use it like a traditional laptop, where the bottom screen is covered by a traditional keyboard and trackpad. Or you can try Dual Screen mode, where you place the keyboard on your desk and arrange the two screens vertically, or Desktop mode, where you arrange them horizontally instead. Or - which is a game changer if you're working or creating with other people in the same room - you can use Sharing mode.

Here you remove the keyboard and lay the device flat. Both screens face up and away from each other, making it easier to share your work. Both screens are OLED and have resolutions of up to 2880 x 1800, aspect ratios of 16:10, a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz, and up to 19.8 inches of usable screen space.

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Duo can have up to an Intel Core Ultra 9,185 processor, 32GB RAM, 2TB storage and a 75WH battery. It also has two Thunderbolt 4 ports, a 3.5mm jack, HDMI output, and a USB-A port. Meanwhile, you can use the laptop with Asus' stylus, and the Bluetooth keyboard can be carried between the two screens when you're not using the device.

You can charge it by plugging in the pogo pins on the edges of the bottom laptop screen. In some respects, it's not significantly different from devices like Lenovo's Yoga Book 9i, but there are differences - the keyboard on the new Zenbook Duo has a built-in trackpad, so you don't need to use it with an on-screen trackpad.

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