Asus ZenBook Duo 14

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Laptop Recommendations (Ultrabooks) (2021 Q1)
[x] Asus Zenbook Duo 14 - Unique dual display set up, stylus support, Aesthetically pleasing, Has a MX450 option. [x] MacBook Air/Pro M1 - MacOS, Insane battery life, Insane performance and power efficiency, Great build quality. $1300+. Only look for these laptops if you have a high budget or have a niche need.
1 year ago
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Good performer for video editing
I originally purchased this product for video editing. The overall speed/reaction, etc. of the laptop meets expectations. I have completed three brief video editing projects as a newbie, and ASUS Zenbook Duo 14 made that happen with the demands of the video editing app I downloaded. In the month I h...
John Ashenmacher
16 days ago
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I think ASUS listened and improved the U482 model over the U481, which was not so bad either!
Hi Guys, This review is after just having the Asus UX482EA, 14”, FHD, i7-1165G7, 8GB RAM, 512 SSD, for two days. I really wanted to have the 16GB version, but that was hard to find. What I wanted to do on this laptop is basic office stuff, Word, Excel, PPT, internet searching. The heaviest work woul...
Dirk P. Young
2 years ago
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In your opinion, what is the best laptop for Linux right now?
For the budget minded, I'd recommend a HP elitebook. I have an 820G1 that is an absolute beast. I also have a lovely ASUS zenbook 14. Like others here have said, most laptops will take Linux, and the best laptop is the one you have.
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A great concept and a so-so laptop
No Thunderbolt 3, though, which is a glaring omission on a $1,499 laptop, ScreenPad or no ScreenPad. .Finally, the Duo is far from a gaming machine
Monica Chin
7 months ago
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Asus Zenbook Duo 14 and Fedora Linux
I wanted to share my experience with Fedora Linux on an Asus Zenbook Duo 14 -- the lower-end version. I wasn't able to find a lot of definitive information of this specific model when I looking into what laptop to purchase, so hopefully this post may help someone who is in a similar boat as I was in a few months ago. The short of it is; relying on just one custom kernel module to add support for adjusting the second display's brightness, it's a fantastic experience to use Fedora on this laptop.
Performance-wise, we're impressed by the implementation of the Core i7 CPU here especially after the somewhat disappointing ZenBook 14 UX425 performance. The UX482 is able to maintain higher boost clock rates for much longer periods than what we observed on the UX425 or UX481
Allen Ngo
7 months ago
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Is this laptop good for Adobe CC/Photoshop/digital arts & graphic design?
ASUS ZenBook Duo Core i7 16GB RAM 1TB SSD 14 inch Touchscreen Laptop - (UX481FL-BM021TS). Quick Overview:. Intel Core i7 Processor. 16GB RAM.
2 years ago
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Lenovo tablet forced update shows un-dismissable, un-mutable, ad notifications
I'll stick my neck out and say I'm a big fan of Asus.I've got a zenbook 14, and it's tough of nails. Have dropped it so many times on hard surfaces and it's still trucking along.
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Laptop for college
At one point I bought an HP computer for $700, trying to be cheap. It lasted me 2 years and 2 months, and even then, after the first 7 months, it would shut off randomly even though it was at 70% charge. Just taking it out the box the first day it would overheat 24/7. I didn’t cheap out this time, and bought an ASUS Zenbook 14 that was $1200 new.
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Intel Core i7

Intel Core i5


NVIDIA GeForce MX450

Intel Iris Xe Graphics G7


14.0”, Full HD (1920 x 1080)


up to 8000GB SSD