Working with two screens is better than one – at least, that’s the marketing promise of ASUS with their ZenBook Duo line of laptops. You’ve seen the YouTube videos as well as their marketing pitch – the second screen of the laptop makes it easier to get stuff done, especially during the age of WFH. But does the science back it up?
Why is that? Do two displays really make it easier for you to keep working? The short answer here is yes – two-screen setups like the one on the ZenBook Duo 14, make it easier for you to move from one window to another, allowing you to keep on task better without losing your rhythm or flow and gives you less opportunity to get distracted.
This loss of focus is one of the biggest impediments to overall productivity, as it leads to you wandering off task and ultimately, procrastinating. Having a dedicated screen for work-related communications open on one screen and your actual tasks on the other will help you focus on actually accomplishing your tasks, instead of opening YouTube or Instagram in between mail checks and completely losing time.
Multitasking is a breeze with two displays as well, and thanks to the ZenBook Duo, you no longer have to spring for a complicated desktop setup to enjoy the benefits of two screens. The ZenBook Duo has a 12.65-inch, 1920 x 515 IPS display set right below its Pantone Validated, 14-inch full HD panel, so you can multi-task like crazy no matter what you’re doing.
The ZenBook Duo 14 is also armed with impressive hardware and can be had in configurations up to an Intel Core i7-1165G7 with NVIDIA’s GeForce MX450 and 32GB of LPDDR4X RAM. This, combined with the color accurate displays, make the ZenBook Duo 14 a great choice for anyone looking for a powerful machine to use as a video editing platform.
There’s plenty of benefits to multi-screen multitasking, and there’s only one laptop in the world that allows you to tap into those benefits: The Zenbook Duo 14.