ASUS Zenbook Duo Laptop, Dual 14” OLED 3K 120Hz Touch Display, Intel Evo Certified, Intel Core Ultra 9 185H CPU, Intel Arc Graphics, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD, Windows 11, Inkwell Gray,…

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  • Multi-screen versatility – Find the mode that best suits your task and seamlessly switch between them. Expand your workspace with Dual Screen or Desktop Mode, share content effortlessly in Sharing Mode, or snap everything back into one for Laptop Mode.
  • Everything-built-in portability – At 3.64 lbs and a mere 0.78” thin, the DUO elevates portable dual-screen setups to the next level. With a detachable Bluetooth keyboard and built-in kickstand, you can take the Zenbook DUO just as you would with any laptop.
  • Powerfully productive – The Zenbook DUO delivers powerful performance and AI-ready features on Windows 11. The ultra-fast Intel Core Ultra 9-185H processor up to 5.10 GHz , paired with Intel Arc graphics, enhances tasks with AI capabilities. With 1TB SSD storage and 32GB LPDDR5x RAM, you can explore more seamlessly.
  • Windows Copilot AI assistant – Meet Copilot in Windows – your AI-powered assistant for quick answers, creative inspiration, and focused tasks. Boost productivity with fast answers, image generation, and more.
  • Dual 14” ASUS Lumina OLED displays – Immerse yourself in unparalleled visuals with the Zenbook DUO’s dual 16:10 touch displays boasting a 2880 x 1800 resolution, vibrant 500-nit HDR peak brightness, smooth 120Hz refresh rate, and Pantone validated 100% DCI-P3 color accuracy.
  • Military-grade durability – Meeting US MIL-STD 810H military standards*, the Zenbook DUO ensures unmatched reliability in harsh conditions. Rigorous testing enhances longevity, guaranteeing that your laptop is ready for work, travel, or relaxation both today and in the future.
  • All-day 75Wh battery** – Keep your stress levels low with an all-day battery that provides up to 13.5 hours of video playback in Laptop mode and 10.5 hours in Dual Screen mode*. It is equipped with Fast-Charge technology, accessible through its versatile Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports.
  • Full I/O ports – 1 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A 2 x Thunderbolt 4 supports display / power delivery 1 x HDMI 2.1 TMDS 1 x 3.5mm Combo Audio Jack.
  • Bundle up – Included in the box, you’ll find a backpack, an ASUS Pen 2.0 SA203H with MPP 2.0 support, and a 65W USB-C charger, ensuring you’re ready to go.
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Specification: ASUS Zenbook Duo Laptop, Dual 14” OLED 3K 120Hz Touch Display, Intel Evo Certified, Intel Core Ultra 9 185H CPU, Intel Arc Graphics, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD, Windows 11, Inkwell Gray,…

Standing screen display size

‎14 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎3840 x 2160 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎3840 x 2160 pixels

Processor

‎5.1 GHz core_i9

RAM

‎32 LPDDR5

Hard Drive

‎SSD

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel Iris

Chipset Brand

‎Intel

Card Description

‎Integrated

Wireless Type

‎Bluetooth

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎2

Brand

‎ASUS

Series

‎UX8406MA-PS99T

Item model number

‎Zenbook DUO

Operating System

‎Windows 11 Home

Item Weight

‎3.64 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎12.34 x 0.57 x 8.58 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎12.34 x 0.57 x 8.58 inches

Color

‎Inkwell Gray

Processor Brand

‎Intel

Number of Processors

‎16

Flash Memory Size

‎32 GB

Optical Drive Type

‎No Drive

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

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4 reviews for ASUS Zenbook Duo Laptop, Dual 14” OLED 3K 120Hz Touch Display, Intel Evo Certified, Intel Core Ultra 9 185H CPU, Intel Arc Graphics, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD, Windows 11, Inkwell Gray,…

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  1. Pen Name

    In laptop mode, it performs well and battery life is decent 7+ hours.

    However in dual screen mode, brightness out-of-the-box is not the same for both screens (not a huge issue for me), it gets a bit warm and battery life is reduced to approx 4 hours. Screen Xpert is not perfect and consumes a lot of resources. I mostly use Chrome and a terminal to connect to SSH servers, and RAM usage is always 20GB+ (I blame mostly Windows and not Asus for this). Glad I did not pick the 16GB model… The 3k screens are beautiful and it will be hard to use another laptop after this one.

    If you will use an external monitor with the laptop, I would not recommend to use it in dual screen mode since it gets too warm and the fans start to kick in. So either just in laptop mode or turn off the display entirely. Of course it can handle the three screens, but if you use it several hours per day this way it might not be optimal.

    Coming from a Macbook Air M1 you miss the battery life and the MacOS optimization for memory usage. Nevertheless the extra screen is totally worth it if you work in different places (or even just in different spots at home) for extra productity and ergonomics. Laptop mode is awesome too when needed. So my overall feedback after a few weeks of use is: Not perfect, but worth it!

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  2. AA

    If you tend to work in multiple locations ad hoc and need the convenience of multiple displays, that laptop will give you a flexibility that beats carrying a standard laptop plus an external portable display. When it’s closed or used with one screen only, it is just like any other laptop. Working with stacked displays vs. side by side will take a bit of an adjustment (I am usually not a fan of manufacturer software on PCs but Asus utility to manage the multiple screens does help quite a lot). When propped up, the stand does feel very sturdy but it is a table top situation, not a knees / couch situation. If you want to use it in multiple screens mode in a plane, you’ll need a business class seat on an international trip… the footprint is not small!

    Another review mentions the keyboard not standing flat on the bottom display. I did notice that for the first few hours but it eventually fixed itself surprisingly and now the keyboard has no flex and feels very good. The keyboard battery when used in bluetooth mode is not great (4 hours-ish), so drop a short USB cable in your bag. The displays are excellent. The speakers are OK (Dolby Atmos but not much bass). The performances are excellent too (better be based on specs). The touchpad is good, not great but it’s large and very serviceable. . The battery life is good for what it is… It is rated for 8 hours of dual screen uses and I doubt it will come close very often, but then again, my only test was to watch a video on the top screen and browsing with multiple tabs on the bottom screen and I must have been close to 6 hours. Acceptable in my book, you shouldn’t get that laptop for its battery life, that’s not the point.

    If you know how you want to use it, especially considering the price, this is a solid buy.

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  3. Jeff Putz

    I had a specific need for multiple touch monitors in a portable fashion (for a theatrical lighting control console), so the timing of this release was perfect. Starting with the cost, there’s a lot of value here relative to other machines. For $200 over the base model, you get the faster CPU, twice the RAM and the higher resolution screens. TWO screens.

    First off, as a typical laptop, the performance is outstanding. For typical browser-based stuff and even software development, eight hours on battery is easy enough, if not more. Gaming has the usual side effects, including lower battery life and lots of heat, which is to be expected. The keyboard is adequately clicky and surprisingly stable considering it’s sitting on the other screen. It’s a little thicker and heavier than a similar laptop with a single screen, but not so much that it’s a problem. And yes, it can even drive another external touch screen.

    When you peel off the keyboard and use both screens, the experience is very desktop like. If you’ve got a coffee table or something in front of you, you can even still use the keyboard itself on your lap, though it’s not super stable that way. Using it with the screens vertical feels weird, but it’s still more space than looking at a phone vertically. It’s surprisingly easy to see even when outside, though at that brightness, I assume battery life takes a significant hit. The clarity and vibrancy of the OLED screens is remarkable. Overall, this design is so obvious that I don’t understand how it hadn’t been done before.

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  4. Jeff Putz

    It will be hard to go back to a traditional laptop after this. I’m very happy with the purchase. I got the oled model and the screens look fantastic! The build quality is excellent. The keyboard is very light and has a good travel. It’s slightly thicker than a traditional laptop and much heavier. But considering what you get it’s well worth it! Sound is great too. On low brightness and dual screen, I was getting about 8hrs. It comes with a pen, stand and a laptop bag. I highly recommend.

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