Asus ZenBook Duo 14

Asus ZenBook Duo 14
Looria Grade

Based on 52 reviews

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Review highlights
  • Great for web browsing
  • Good battery life
  • Solid performance
  • Thin and light design
  • Comfortable keyboard


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I just ordered the Asus Zenbook Duo 14 ux482. It's a good choice for multitasking. But not for heavy work.

1 year ago

The Asus Zenbook Duo laptops have s a second screen on the keyboard deck that pushes the keyboard down and so they moved the touchpad to the right where a numpad would go.

It is very fast for gaming and schooling very recommended to buy

1 year ago

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.


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
1 year ago


In review: Asus ZenBook Duo 14 UX482. Test unit provided by AsusIn our review of the ZenBook Duo UX481, we criticized the ScreenPad for its poor viewing angles relative to the user. Glare was almost unavoidable which significantly impacted the user experience and general utility of the secondary display

4 months ago

Hi, I agree with the 4th option, the ASUS Zenbook 14. [Here is a link to my review on it.]([URL REMOVED]

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
4 months ago

MacBook Pro M1 please...!

Ok, was not to fond of laptop, yes it has to screens with one begin smaller, but its new design to make this happen just made it harder to type for a person with bigger hands like me. This is also not the one that has numbers light up on the right side display just in case any one is wondering. My b...

1 year ago

Asus Zenbook 14 with Ryzen 5 4500U, MX350 (dGPU), 8gb ram, and only 1.15kg in weight. Better than what the other guy suggested because this has a dedicated GPU = more fps.




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