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REVIEW: This dual-screen ASUS Zenbook lets you ‘duo’ more with style

MANILA, Philippines — Two screens on a laptop? It might seem like overkill at first. 

However, for those who've embraced the efficiency of multiple screens, particularly during their work-from-home era, the idea of carrying that productivity with them in a more compact form is promising.

ASUS recently introduced its latest innovation, the ASUS Zenbook DUO (UX8406), featuring a dual-screen design for style and productivity. And while it isn’t exactly novel yet, the dual-screen laptop promises functionality beyond the gimmick. had some time to experience the new Zenbook DUO and here’s our take as newcomers to the world of dual-screen laptops.

Opening the box, you get a glimpse of what seems like a regular ASUS laptop—a professional-looking Inkwell Gray finish, an ASUS Lumina OLED screen, and a keyboard. But the surprise comes when you realize the ASUS ErgoSense keyboard is detachable, revealing another OLED touchscreen underneath it.

Zenbook DUO offers a unique approach to maximizing screen real estate with its two equally sized 14-inch, 3K 120Hz OLED touchscreens, offering users a total of 19.8 inches to work with. This is a significant improvement from previous models, which typically offered smaller, non-OLED screens on the lower deck.

It’s a given that ASUS’ OLED screens are a sight to behold, but our experience with this setup proved the wonders if you get twice that beauty. 

With so much space, the dual-screen setup allows users to streamline their workflow easily, whether organizing windows side by side, editing documents while referencing research materials or managing multiple applications simultaneously. 

Moreover, both displays support precise stylus input through the ASUS Pen 2.0, enhancing their utility for note-taking and casual artists.

As they say, performance is just as important as size, and the ASUS Zenbook DUO provides that with its different screen configurations. 

Need just one screen at the moment or have some work to finish on the go? You can use the trusty Laptop mode, where the keyboard and trackpad entirely cover the bottom screen.

If you’re hungry for more things to see, detach the keyboard and rotate the screens