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Asus ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED (UX582)

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USD - 3274 | GBP - 2377

Zenbook Pro Duo its 5.16-pound body is lighter than you'd anticipate considering what's inside. It has a greenish-blue color and an aluminum lid with a swirling pattern that spreads outward from the Asus logo, which is off-center.

BODY

Height 14.17 in
Width 9.81 in
Depth 0.96 in
Weight 2.3 Kg
SIM No
Colors Celestial Blue
BODY
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Height

14.17 in

Width

9.81 in

Depth

0.96 in

Weight

2.3 Kg

SIM

No

Colors

Celestial Blue

DISPLAY

Type OLED + IPS
Size 15.60 inch
Resolution 3840 x 2160
Pixels Per Inch (PPI) 282
DISPLAY
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Type

OLED + IPS

Size

15.60 inch

Resolution

3840 x 2160

Pixels Per Inch (PPI)

282

PLATFORM

OS Windows OS 10 Pro
CPU Intel Core i9-10980HK
GPU Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070
RAM 32GB
PLATFORM
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OS

Windows OS 10 Pro

CPU

Intel Core i9-10980HK

GPU

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070

RAM

32GB

MEMORY

Card slot No
Internal 1 TB
Internal Storage Type SSD
MEMORY
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Card slot

No

Internal

1 TB

Internal Storage Type

SSD

MAIN CAMERA

Total Cameras Single
Camera 1 720p webcam
MAIN CAMERA
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Total Cameras

Single

Camera 1

720p webcam

SOUND

Loudspeaker Yes
Features Built-in speaker
3.5mm jack Yes
Mic Yes
SOUND
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Loudspeaker

Yes

Features

Built-in speaker

3.5mm jack

Yes

Mic

Yes

COMMS

WLAN Wi-Fi 6(802.11ax)
Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.0 (Dual band) 2*2
NFC No
Radio No
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WLAN

Wi-Fi 6(802.11ax)

Bluetooth

Bluetooth 5.0 (Dual band) 2*2

NFC

No

Radio

No

FEATURES

Sensors Yes
Keyboard Yes
Track Pad Yes
Ports 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A 2x Thunderbolt™ 3 supports display 1x HDMI 2.1
FEATURES
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Sensors

Yes

Keyboard

Yes

Track Pad

Yes

Ports

1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A 2x Thunderbolt™ 3 supports display 1x HDMI 2.1

BATTERY

Type 4S2P, 8-cell Li-ion
Charging 92WHrs
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Type

4S2P, 8-cell Li-ion

Charging

92WHrs

MODELS

Models UX528
MODELS
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Models

UX528

DESCRIPTION

The Asus Pro Duo's unique design makes certain tradeoffs in terms of keyboard and trackpad, but it also opens up new possibilities. The physical keyboard is of good quality, with silent typing and nice tactile feedback, although it does place your hands in an awkward position unless you use the provided wrist band.

A set of hinges push up the back of the second screen when you remove the lid, making it easier to see and touch. According to Asus, the main screen is a 440-nit panel that covers 100 percent of the DCI-P3 gamut. It has one of the brightest screens on a laptop right now, and you can use it comfortably indoors at less than maximum brightness.

The Asus Pro Duo's lower screen—or ScreenPad Plus, as Asus calls it—is treated like any other second monitor by Windows 10. You can add a taskbar, change the display scale, and move windows around freely. The Pro Duo would be more fascinating than your usual laptop just because of it.

The Pro Duo, on the other hand, is one of the few instances where bundled vendor software is a welcome addition. You can open up a lot of new use cases with Asus' ScreenPad Plus software that you wouldn't get with just a second monitor. Asus cut corners on the camera and security features, despite the low pricing.

The webcam is the same 720p camera that you'll find on far less expensive computers. While you can turn it off with a keyboard shortcut, it lacks the physical shutter found on some other high-end laptops. Face recognition is supported for sign-in on the Zenbook Pro Duo, but it lacks a fingerprint reader, which I find to be far more reliable in general.

The Harman Kardon-branded speakers, on the other hand, are incredibly loud. The Asus Zenbook Pro Duo's attractiveness stems from its desktop-like technical specifications, which effectively turn it into a portable PC workstation. Despite this, our benchmarks show that it falls short of other high-end gaming PCs, possibly due to the dual-screen design's quirks.

In HandBrake, for example, the ZenBook Pro Duo decoded our test video file in 24 minutes and 53 seconds, narrowly beating out Gigabyte's Aorus 17G's Core i7-10870H and placing considerably behind Asus' ROG Zephyrus Duo, which has the same Intel Core i9-10980HK.

While all of these laptops are capable of getting the work done swiftly, the Pro Duo falls somewhat short.

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