ASUS updates its groundbreaking ZenBook Duo line for this year with an updated ScreenPad Plus. The new design has an auto-tilting mechanism that should aid in better readability, better cooling, and improved overall multitasking.
Leading the line is the ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED, which has two OLED displays with 4K resolution. The ScreenPad Plus in the ZenBook Pro Duo has better brightness at 400nits, making it just as usable as the main 15-inch display for outdoor use.
Configuration options include up to a Core i9 processor, RTX 3070 GPU, up to 32GB RAM, and up to 1TB PCIe SSD.
Those looking for a smaller option can go for thr ZenBook Duo 14, which is an Intel EVO-certified laptop with up to 11th-generation Core i7 processors, up to 16GB RAM, and up to 1TB PCIe SSD. GPU options include the integrated Iris Xe graphics and optional MX450 discrete GPU.
For the ZenBook 13 and 14 line, both models now can be availed with an OLED screen, with the 13-inch model getting a Full HD resolution and the 14-inch model getting a Quad HD resolution. Both models cover 100% of the DCI-P3 color gamut and is Pantone Validated. For battery life, ASUS claims up to 13 hours for the ZenBook 13 and 16 hours for the ZenBook 14.
Aside from the new display option, ASUS is bringing the Ryzen 5000-series processors to both ZenBooks and VivoBooks to the Philippines, with options of up to Ryzen 7-5800H and optional MX450 discrete graphics.