Asus presented a laptop with two 4K screens and a gaming graphics card

May 28 2019 12:26 PM
Asus presented a laptop with two 4K screens and a gaming graphics card

At Computex, Asus introduced the new ZenBook Pro Duo laptop. Above its keyboard, there is an auxiliary screen that can be used as a secondary control panel or a full-fledged additional monitor. The aspect ratio of the main 15-inch OLED-screen standard is 16: 9. Auxiliary ratio is 32: 9. Both screens are touch and have 4K resolution.

With the help of ScreenXpert, you can place various tools and utilities on the auxiliary screen that simplify work with programs. Asus notes that developers do not need to adapt anything specifically for ZenBook Pro Duo.

The keyboard was designed so that it does not interfere while working with the auxiliary screen. And so while typing text hand did not get tired, Asus advises to use a special mat Palm Rest. The touchpad is located to the right of the keyboard and can become a digital unit.

Inside the laptop can be installed Intel Core i9 or i7 with an Nvidia RTX 2060 graphics processor for 6 GB of video memory. The amount of RAM - up to 32 GB, and the hard disk - up to 1 TB.

The case has 4 microphones that can be used with Alexa and Cortana. The laptop has a Thunderbolt 3 port, two regular USB-C and USB-A, a headphone jack and full-size HDMI. Weight ZenBook Pro Duo is 2.5 kg.

Asus has not yet disclosed the cost of the laptop. It is expected that it will go on sale in the third quarter of 2019.

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