Asus has quite recently flaunted a wild new expansion to their lineup of PCs at the Computex occasion in Taipei. The ZenBook Pro Duo is their most recent development in the workstation space, and it parades not one, however, two 4K screens.
The primary showcase is a 15-inch 16:9 OLED board, and after that, there’s a 32:9 IPS “ScreenPad Plus” screen legitimately over the console with a similar width, however a large portion of the stature.
The primary motivation behind the double screen setup is to take into consideration some speedy and simple performing various tasks. You can utilize the two screens together as a solitary screen or as a double screen by part the two separated.
You can fit up to three windows on the new screen, say for instance use Spotify, browse your email, and work on spreadsheets at the same time having the 15-inch principle screen to play with.
As the setup can be somewhat furious for composing. Asus likewise added a wrist rest to the bundle which is attractively connectable at the jaw of the console. There’s a trackpad by the console which is nearly a similar tallness as the console. It can illuminate to be utilized as a numpad.
Like different workstations in its index, this one likewise has an ErgoLift pivot which puts the console at a slight point when opened. This takes into consideration increasingly happy with composing and better wind current.
The ZenBook Pro Duo has a ninth gen octa-center Intel Core i9 processor combined with an Nvidia RTX 2060 GPU. It accompanies up to 32GB of RAM and a couple of 128GB SSDs. This implies it’s not just for substance creation. It can likewise be utilized as a gaming rig.
It has a Thunderbolt 3 port (USB type-C), two USB-A ports, an earphone jack, and a full-sized HDMI port.
Asus hasn’t reported insights concerning the battery, evaluating or accessibility for the ZenBook Pro Duo. Yet we’ll know when Asus at long last discharges the workstation in Q3 this year.