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ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo UX581GV Unboxing, First Look & Impressions.
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The ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo (UX581) features 2 displays, a 15.6” OLED 4K touchscreen, a second 14” 4K UHD touch display (ScreenPad Plus), up to Intel Core i9-9980HK processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 with 6GB GDDR6 VRAM, 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 RAM, 1TB PCIe SSD with audio certified by Harman Kardon
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28 thoughts on “ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo Unboxing – The DUAL Screen Laptop

  1. I will get this laptop IF and only if it can run games on medium-high settings well without overheating and becoming super noisy. That's what I want most in a laptop with an RTX graphics card. The second screen looks handy but performance, temperature and noise are the 3 most important variables to me.

  2. This thing is a beast! Perfect to use with my "Serato DJ Pro"! Common sense: Keyboard is where it belongs and not needing to reach over the track pad. It should come in 2 models: Left or Right handed track pad. Goodbye toaster oven macbook pro & hello asus zenbook pro duo!

  3. The Asus Zenbook Pro Duo looks great but I have a feeling that it won't be a great typing and touchpad experience long-term… I was initially very excited about it but the more I've thought about it, the more I've realized that a good touchpad and good typing comfort is more important to me than a dedicated screen for timelines and other screen widgets… I actually think that they should have moved that extra screen to below the keyboard, where it could have served as an extra wide touchpad on its normal location as well as a combined writing/doodling area with digital pens. That way the touchpad wouldn't have been shoved all the way to the right and the keyboard would have remained at a comfortable distance for typing with no need for additional maneuvering and/or palm rests. The only thing lost would have been the direct physical screen extension feature but that's more of a gimmick anyway. OTOH, some have complained that at the current location it can can be hard to view the extra screen even with the provided inclination unless your head is straight above the laptop. By moving the extra screen to below the keyboard, there would be no problem with visibility and no need for any inclination – and, best of all, no need for moving the keyboard or touchpad!

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  5. less design, more power please Asus, Shiny things don't impress me much. Last Asus I bought had a 2 year warranty, more warranty would be good also as I don't trust laptops durability these days as they've progressed to a less is more trend. If I wanted less, I'd get a tablet.

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