Asus recently unveiled their dual screen range of laptops this year, but many have focused on the Zenbook Pro, with its awe-inspiring 4K secondary screen. That is definitely for good reason, but I don’t think people should overlook the Zenbook 15.
This is an impressively compact laptop that packs more punch than you would think at first glance, thanks to the 8th-generation Intel i7 and Nvidia GTX 1650 Max-Q GPU. In fact, two weeks into testing and I still couldn’t believe just how much can be packed into something so small, and still be more than functional.
This is an impressively compact laptop that packs more punch than you would think at first glance, thanks to the 8th-generation Intel i7 and Nvidia GTX 1650 Max-Q GPU
The Zenbook is as sleek and elegant as a modern ballroom dress, with subtle gradients in the colour that give off a more pristine finish
The secondary screen is a FHD 1920x1080 display, so it’s not something to just forget about
Much like a garden tool is an extension of a gardener’s hand, the second screen is an extension of the Zenbook’s functionality
That being said, this isn’t exactly a gaming orientated laptop. The Zenbook 15 comes with a 1650 Max-Q, but it was made with productivity in mind. If you’re a creative on the go, definitely put the Zenbook 15 on your shortlist
The amazing build quality, beautiful design, and fantastic secondary display are more than enough of a reason to fall in love with this notebook
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13 August 2019
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