Review of Asus Zenbook Duo

Shruti Govil
Shruti Govil April 18, 2024
Updated 2024/04/18 at 6:33 PM

To deliver an unparalleled multitasking experience, the most recent Asus Zenbook Duo combines two 14-inch OLED screens with a detachable keyboard. Well-positioned to be one of the most popular dual-screen laptops, it boasts strong features such an Intel Core Ultra 9 Processor 185H, an Intel Arc iGPU and Intel AI Boost NPU, 32GB of RAM, and 2TB of storage.


Easy content sharing and multi-mode laptop use, including desktop and presentation modes, are made possible by the main display’s 180-degree tilt. When in dual-screen mode, the laptop may be raised to an angle of 40–70 degrees or 95 degrees using the included kickstand.In terms of connectivity, the laptop offers a decent array of ports given its compact size – two Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports, a USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 port, a full-size HDMI 2.1, and a 3.5mm combo audio jack.


Both panels feature dazzling contrast, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage, punchy, brilliant colors, and deep blacks that truly pop.

The dense 1920×1200 resolution on both displays produces incredibly fine text, and we didn’t see any backlight bleed or other uniformity problems. 

Keyboard, Touchpad, and Audio

Given its small size and ability to travel with the laptop, the detachable keyboard that is included is pretty good. With their membrane scissor mechanism, the keys provide a sharp typing experience and have a respectable 1.4mm of key travel. 

Because of its enormous size and high-quality coating, which guarantees a glassy glide, the touchpad is very responsive and smooth.

With Harman Kardon-tuned speakers and compatibility for Dolby Atmos spatial audio, the Zenbook Duo’s audio quality is respectable for a laptop. 


An ASUS AiSense camera system is included with the Zenbook Duo. With the help of its FHD infrared (IR) sensor, Windows Hello facial authentication is fast and safe. When making video conversations or utilizing the laptop’s built-in background blur and appearance touch-up effects, the color sensor enables the camera to identify and optimize colors more precisely.


An Intel Core Ultra 9 i9-13955HX processor, 32GB of LPDDR5X RAM, and a 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD power the Zenbook Duo. Microsoft Office and Windows 11 are preinstalled on it. 

The Zenbook Duo shines in providing quick performance for light creative, productivity, and everyday office applications because of its powerful CPUs with AI acceleration through Intel’s Neural Processing Unit, fast SSD, and plenty of RAM.


For its class, the Zenbook Duo achieves a rather decent battery life even with two 14-inch OLED panels to power. More demanding tasks, including playing videos, consumed the laptop in about 5–6 hours, but it lasted about 7.5 hours during our web browsing test. 


With its twin 14-inch OLED touchscreen design that multiplies multitasking capabilities, the new Asus Zenbook Duo, which starts at ₹1,59,990, carves out a special place for itself in the laptop market. 

Read more about Asus Zenbook 14 OLED here.

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