ASUS ZenBook Duo 14 UX482 14” FHD Touch Display
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- Tilting ScreenPad Plus: 12.6 inch matte touchscreen, giving your endless way to optimize your multitasking experience by extending the screen or split windows and apps on both displays
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Excellent laptop overall but battery life Sucks. If you plan on being mobile you must keep the charging adapter at all times because battery will drain within 2 hours of moderate use. Would be much better if there was C type charging available for the price of this computer. Asus really dropped the ball on charging compatibility or lack there of…
Like I said, everything is amazing. Runs great. Very fast and the touch screen is very responsive. My only issue is that the trackpad/touchpad does not work. I’ve tried to update everything and reinstall the driver but it just does not work. But other than that it works amazing.
This computer is great for anyone but especially great for students or teachers. The smaller secondary screen is great for dragging stuff you want to reference from with out ha ing to flip back and forth.
I like this laptop and really want to keep it. It has many nice features. The design is good and the building quality is solid. The dual-screen may look odd to some but I found the small secondary screen quite useful in many applications. And I am not bothered by the smaller keyboard or the location of the mouse pad.What kills the deal is its battery life. As my main laptop, I would like it to be able to run at least 7-8 hours on a single charge, so I don’t need to bring a power brick with me and look for an outlet during the day. This laptop is advertised with 13 hours of battery life. While I understand that every company exaggerates the numbers. I expected that 7-8 hours are reasonably achievable given the sizeable margin. Not so. I got slightly more than 6 hours on this laptop on a normal day. That’s after I turned on all battery-saving settings: secondary screen off (1-screen only), dark theme, battery-saver on from the very beginning, firmware updated to the latest. I only used it for web browsing and light office tasks (spreadsheet, text editing), with no video streaming or editing. Turning on the secondary screen will cut the battery life by another hour. The short battery life limits its use if power outlet is not accessible during the day. If you only use this laptop at home or in office, it should be okay. But not if you want to bring it on the road.
I bought this computer for my son as a high school graduation present for college. He loves the dual screens because he can take notes or work on documents on one screen and have reference material displayed on the other screen. He says it’s great for multi-tasking. He likes the light weight and the tilt design that allows for better cooling.
There are serveral laptops in the Zenbook Duo UX582 series that feature a 120hz display but this is NOT one of them. I did not know that the 120hz display was not a feature that persisted through the entire line. In fact I didn’t know of any OLED displays that were not 120hz capable.Additionally even though this laptop has two GPUs(Intel Iris Xe and RTX 3060), it can still only support four displays at once, including the sub-display. If you attach a fourth monitor you will need to sacrifice the sub-display for output on the fourth.
This is the most beautiful and practical laptop ever. It’s been running smooth as butter. I find the touchpad to the side really comfortable and intuitive to use. My girlfriend tried it and thinks so as well. She let out a small gasp when I showed her it turned into a numeric keyboard (really useful btw).I’m still docking it one star because it’s INCREDIBLY disappointing that a 2.5k+ (+tax) laptop has no 4K, specially having the specs to run it. My model is the i9-11900H, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD, GeForce RTX 3060. It says right on the title it’s OLED UHD and the OLED is beautiful, but it’s always gonna taste like it could have been better. It’s also a laptop that should last several years so having no 4K at this price tier is nuts, Asus.
I use it for business tasks and it works just fine.
So far it is nice, but I just got it.
When it comes to pushing the envelope, nobody does it better than Asus. This is one unique laptop and you don’t know how much you need the second screen until you start using it.I got this as a travel laptop so I didn’t need to bring my second monitor and it’s a gamechanger. The whole laptop is quality from the hardware to the software. Won’t be buying anything else than Asus when it comes to computers.Highly recommended!
Edward R. Marrone
This is a nice laptop, but for some reason it seems to have little hickups that causes delays opening certain programs. Not sure if a software or hardware issue, but it is mildly annoying considering how expensive it was.
Amazing craftsmanship put into this laptop, but plagued by the quirks of intel 12th Gen. It will be condemned to poor battery life of around 4 hours until Intel updates their own drivers and firmware to fix the issue. Nothing wrong with laptop and ASUS chose quality components. You have to accept it’s a bit overpriced because of the niche market that would appreciate this laptop for a celebration of their history and space flight.
Like the title says, definitely an eye-turner! The computer works well and the second screen makes work and play much better! Although I wish more applications would make their size and stuff better fitting. The keyboard is a bit low to the end so some getting use to when used on a desk, but its not that bad. As a ‘lap’ top however, definitely too close to the edge to be comfortable. I haven’t run any program too harsh yet (Adobe Photoshop probably being most extreme) so everything has been smooth.Receiving a warranty extension from ASUS for your feedback in order to receive your ninety (90) day warranty extension*
The 2nd screen is the most important feature of this laptop. It’s great for productivity and can be really helpful. As a translator, it helped me open more documents and webpages at the same time and work more efficiently.However, the 2nd screen is dim. If you’re in a bright room or outside, it can be barely visible. Sometimes, I need to adjust the lighting in the room so that I can properly view the screen. It’s a shame because many sacrifices have been taken to make room for the 2nd screen such as a bit crowded keyboard and small, unusually placed touchpad.Overall, it’s not a bad purchase. But you must be someone who really needs a second screen in their laptop.
muy potente y rapida, solo a veces falla al cambian de la pantalla pequena a la principal, pero se toca el boton denuevo y reacciona bien
It is really great and impressive product, well-built and high quality. Everything is same as the product description, 1195G7, MX450, 32GB RAM, cool, awesome!Just there is a one product issue, it is the about the FAN. The fan sometimes got some “clip” sound while the fan is running with medium to high speed. However, it is just sometimes, not always. I had already open it to check, taken it out and installed it back, it is some kind of better but it is rarely got this sound again.Anyway, it is good chance for me to re-paste the great thermal paste to get the best performance with TS. This rare case is not really a matter for me since it is not affected the functionality and I do not aware this sound actually in normal usage.
everything is fine but it does not bring the stylus pen, my question is IF THEY WILL SEND THE PEN?
Where to start? Has to be the design because if you’re buying the laptop, the design is the biggest part. It’s very good and an attention getter. Design standouts include etched space edition branding (simulating external paneling on a space station), an OLED external display with an astronaut screensaver (among a few limited others), and a subtle darker(ish) titanium color evoking most premium laptops since the Apple Powerbook G4 (damn I miss that one). DId I mention how much of an attention-getter the external display is? Not quite on the level of wearing Google Glass but on the same spectrum.Performance wise this laptop is meh. Why? Battery life. It is atrocious (especially at this price point)! Notice how battery life numbers are left out or buried in the marketing materials for the space edition laptop? I have the latest Apple Macbook Pro 16″ (both an M1 Pro and M1 Max) and these both destroy the latest Intel chips (Alder Lake) in the battery life department. I acknowledge that they are different CPU architectures so Intel fanboys could easily argue that it’s an apple to oranges comparison (get it?). Nevertheless, from a practical work standpoint (compiling Android apps, running multiple docker containers, etc.), I have to charge this laptop after ~4 hours of use while my Macbooks sip power and get me through the entire day (~10 hours) on one charge. This isn’t just a one off Asus issue…I tried the Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360 (using the latest Intel chips) and the battery life was even worse than this laptop (running substantially lighter workloads).Linux support: Running Fedora 36, support is good using the latest 5.17 kernel (audio support…yay!). While not on the same level as my Thinkpad X1 (Gen 9), it is better than the Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360 (that was a nightmare). Latest version of Gnome has built in dark mode support (for the OLED screen) and it is pretty intuitive when using the multi-touch screen. Avoid Ubuntu 22.04 as the experience is completely sub-par to Fedora 36.
I’m actually writing this review on the laptop being reviewed here.This isn’t my first Asus laptop. I have two others that have served me well over the years. Asus has become a brand I like and that I’ve had great experiences with. This laptop is no exception. I’ve only had this laptop for about a week and a half, so time will tell how long of a life I get out of this laptop.The Zenbook Duo series was primarily designed for creators and professionals, However I applaud Asus for thinking of those of us who aren’t power users but who would also benefit from the same dual screen formfactor without the higher specifications and bigger price tag of more powerful computers. I think this is also the reason this base model (UX482EAR) doesn’t include the stylus or carrying case as the more powerful versions do because to many, those are unnecessary bonuses that not all users need or want. I did want the stylus, so I ended up buying that separately.This laptop gets great battery usage although I really have nothing to compare it to. I get about 8-10 hours on a full charge with the ScreenPad+ on. I’m sure I’d get more battery life if I turned the ScreenPad+ off which is easy to do by hitting the middle button above the trackpad. Charging is relatively fast with the included 65-watt charger. Charging uses the same port as the USB C thunderbolt ports and you get two of those. Keyboard is backlit for usage in a dark or poorly lit environment and the backlighting brightness is adjustable,The ScreenPad+ is amazing! It’s actually useful and not simply a gimmick. I usually put messaging/email windows down there as well as note taking apps while keeping my web browser up on the main display. I also like the flexible configuration options such as dividing the ScreenPad+ into thirds or halves amongst apps and windows as well as “waterfall mode” where a window or page is stretched between the two displays. Some applications work best with those various configurations.Touch and stylus support works smoothly on both displays. This isn’t my first touch screen laptop and I do find myself using the touch screen as much as the keyboard and trackpad. Just easier to navigate the computer. Now as mentioned previously, on this entry kit, the stylus isn’t included like it is on higher specified variants. I did end up purchasing a 3rd party Tesha Active pen for 34$. Asus charges around 60$ for theirs with similar functionality. Both screens work well with the active pen input although the ScreenPad+ can take a second or two to recognize the stylus initially, but once it does, it works smoothly. Haven’t noticed this with the main display though as the pen is detected immediately.The keyboard as mentioned by others is configured oddly to accommodate the ScreenPad+. That can take some getting used to for those who are coming from other more traditional laptop form factors. Hasn’t been an issue for me as I haven’t been a heavy laptop or PC user in more recent years and have become more accustomed to using a smartphone so there wasn’t as much of a learning curve to the keyboard and trackpad. Yes, the trackpad is small, but the vertical rectangle matches the configuration of the main display plus the ScreenPad+. Trackpad recognizes similar multi-finger gestures as smartphones such as pinch to zoom. Using two fingers to scroll vertically or horizontally. The keyboard has good travel even right now as I type this review. Keys are nice and clicky. As mentioned before, the backlighting is nice. With the push of a button the brightness can be adjusted or turned off completely. If sitting in a darkly lit room, the lowest setting is adequate to be able to see the keys.Sound quality is great. I’m not too familiar with the Harman Kardon sound system as previous laptops didn’t have that, but it sounded great last Sunday when I watched a church service online. The sound was clear, and I think the way the ScreenPad+ lifts up with the Ergolift hinge allows for better amplification and broadcast of sound from underneath that panel where the speakers are located. Unfortunately, I can’t comment on the video quality as I have yet to use the built-in camera. Maybe in the future I can revise this part after I’ve had a chance to use that.Aside from that, the laptop isn’t too heavy, and I like the offset concentric brushed celestial blue. The same Celestial blue is continued on the keyboard and trackpad which is nice.The only thing I had issues with, and this is likely due to the nature of the device compatibility, if you own an iPhone like I do, the “Link to My Asus” app is next to useless. Can be difficult to transfer media between the two devices and the phone call function doesn’t work at all. However, this is to be expected that iOS devices experience some degree of incompatibility with Windows devices as opposed to a MacOS device with Apple’s ecosystem. But no biggie. I didn’t purchase this laptop to work with my iPhone otherwise I would’ve looked at a MacBook.It’s been a blast using this computer and hopefully it lasts for several years.
So this computer is pretty nice to look at and sports respectable specs for its price point. The keyboard’s responsiveness is refreshing and I love the special keys for flipping the program windows / displays. It has certainly made working + using a source (doing excel and reading a document) more comfortable with the dual display.Speakers are ok – not MBP quality but if you’re home / in the office trying to do conferences w/o a additional mic, this PC will do well. Trying to bump music, ehhh.I do not game with this machine really, sorry
love this computer is incredibleIam gonna get an extension warranty for the comment
Update! As of when I’m adding this you can get a model with i9-11900H, double the RAM and the lesser RTX 3060 for 600usd more. You lose a little GPU performance but you get TB4, probably a hair better battery life, a better CPU and the memory is soldered so double RAM is a big deal. For another 400usd more than that you can get the rtx 3080 model which should be slightly better than the performance of the g15’s rtx 3080. I maintain the older i7 model is still a good, balanced value for now but be aware of the more performant alternatives.Battery life is okay for cafe visits/client meetings/modest travel needs, screen is gorgeous but not very suited to gaming, touch works well but you really feel a need for the pen’s precision sometimes. i7 is about as fast as the i9 in real world usage, but Ram cannot be replaced and some creators may need to pay the extra thousand-plus for 32GB model. GPU has the Studio drivers instead of the Gameready drivers, so there may be cases where you get lower FPS than a similar wattage 3070 gaming laptop. Speakers fire downward and by far sound best on a solid table or desk.This 16GB base model is a great device for multimedia and design work, it has a tolerable Intel 8-core processor and a midrange implementation of the RTX 3070. At a price below 2500 usd it compares well against more expensive studio machines and similar or less expensive gaming machines. It’s not as light or long-lasting as the g15 but could be a superior creator’s alternative for similar money. The extra display tips up and the cooling system pulls in extra air with less fan noise, to the extent I am more noticing some coil whine.With two TB3 ports this machine is very capable when docked, which makes up for lacking ethernet and the CPU which is quickly falling behind newer models. You can also connect better video capture accessories or other exclusive Thunderbolt appliances. An external monitor is suggested for the best gaming experience, but if you don’t need high FPS then you can benefit from the excellent color and contrast.There’s too much software to cover including MyAsus, Screenpad, Creator Hub etc. Any serious buyer should look into these features to get the most out of their machine. The 4Kx1100 screenpad is much more compatible with various workloads than the 1080×550 model on entry level Zephyrus Duo 15. Music, chat, notes, anything. I also have the Duo 15 with 3080 and FHD/300FPS display, which cost about 50% more….it has better performance and the Gameready video drivers. As a pair including two power adapters and etc, it quickly makes for a 20lb travel bag! But I have four screens, two RTX GPUs and complimentary differences that would require far more desktop hardware to replace.For solid power and unique features on a budget, I am mostly pleased with my UX582 base model. I could only suggest the far more expensive 32GB model to very serious creators who need the extra working memory, and I would suggest they consider other options such as the Zephyrus Duo 15 SE with 4K/120FPS screen…they are similar in price and the Duo is mostly superior. Even for office work, my GX551 can get 8-10hrs of practical endurance with the RTX disabled….and it has a strangely addictive trick: turn off the upper screen and use it as a paper holder while typing on the lower screen.The Pro Duo 15 is nice and I enjoy it, but it still needs more performance tweaks and a longer-lasting endurance option while on battery. It’s still a solid buy for anyone who needs a portable work studio and I hope it continues to improve as the Zephyrus Duo has done.PS definitely consider getting a damage plan for any laptop priced above 2000usd. While I have had no issues thus far, others have…..and it’s better to be covered against accidents and possible failures.Edit: Still good after a few months!~ Also if you have a long render or other heavy load on the way, switch the cooling mode to Full Speed. It’s not quiet but it is aggressive, and in my experience it absolutely prevents any heat-related issues. Compared to a lot of $5000+ Xeon workstation laptops that overheat, this one really seems to have nailed the cooling/stability part of the workstation design. It’s just so very balanced as an entry-level studio laptop. There are new models out with 11th-gen Intel processors since I bought mine, and the upcoming Zephyrus Duo 16. This looks to be a good year in hardware!
DANIEL BYUNGHO CHUNG
I don’t like the fact that the product has already been opened, but I can’t understand how it was delivered without the pouch and stand that should be included
I have always wanted this laptop and I love for myself. In beginning getting this laptop the quality and packaging was great, I was happy to see it and use it. Now for all right hand people is kinda weird for anybody you could be lefty and not like this truthfully. However it take time to adjust to it and use all the time. Two things I like about it when I got it which is the screen and duo screen love to multitask. One thing mostly didn’t like why this product don’t give you a azus pen but have free stand but no free pen for this product. I don’t know if this product give out stylus pen however I didn’t get one. So the only true fact is that you will not get the pen guys, so be aware some products do give out pens with the computer. Additional I am still learning this computer, once learn about life might do another review update. So if you are reading take a chance get you this laptop, if you are lefty with all means try it out but its going hella wired lol. Lastly, all I wish is for this product come with a stylus pen. Now I have to go buy me a third party pen sucks but that reality of these things you see online
Dirk P. Young
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 would be reviewing high school football film. A little streaming. I am not a gamer. Pretty safe for the 8GB model. So, I just went for it. I think I was in the mood for something revolutionary. In short, I love this thing! I was debating between the Dell XPS 13” and this one. They have different applications, and I would have been happy with either one. I just wanted something different and not the standard clam shell, open it up and use laptop. This second screen set up is more than a gimmick and becomes particularly useful. The reason why I am posting this is for the external monitor question/answers that were minimal. I was able to hook up a 27” external monitor via the HDMI port. Like I did with my previous Asus Q324u 14”. Windows identified the external as a #3 display (Yeah!). This is great for me for breaking down game film. I have zero complaints really. Just the adjustments like in previous posts. You must move to the left a little bit to reposition for the keyboard and you have to get used to the touchpad on the far right. It is not so much the touchpad, but the left/right “mouse keys” on the far right. I, like most would be, am used to the pad at center point. So, invariably I keep hitting the space bar instead. Absolutely not a deal breaker. I am getting used to it and use a separate mouse anyway. The graphics, screen brightness (almost too bright at max setting), board keys, speaker sound, battery life are more than adequate for me. Also has a USB 3.2, so I do not have to carry a hub with me. But has the USB-C if I do! This unit (again with 8GB) was $300 less than the XPS and I got it in three days. After all the shopping and researching overkill! I’m super happy with this one! Maybe I’m too easy to please? I hope this helps someone out there!3.31.21 Had this thing for almost 4 weeks. Still love it. Addressing some comments about the hard to see second screen plus or that you have to look over the top. I just found a $10 angled laptop stand on Amazon. Easy fix or adjustment. see added pic. for what its worth.5.22.21 Update: Still love the thing. I’m with the posts that think the Duo is a fingerprint magnet. To address it, I put on a carbon skin designed for a Dell. Trimmed it down and here we go. Corrects my fingerprint OCD. note: I lifted the “Dell carbon circle”. Now I have a teal blue spot on my lid. Just to be different.
🤪 This is a Very well made Labtop that im proud to have. Build quality is superb.💯 The base has no wasted space. Touch pad has zoom in/out feature and one tap is also a click so you don’t need to really use button left click if you don’t want to (Cool feature) . I think the extra screen could be more brighter but I use both screens on dim to protect my eye anyways. Both screens are touch screen. Beautiful displays. Would be cool to have two different wallpapers but I dont think possible. You can use this bi screens as one big display but honestly I never got used to that gap (the hinge space) between screens Yet. I mean it still is usable as 1 big screen and I use a labtop stand so the base screen is angled more to me Which Does Help me view bottom easier and I never felt my labtop get hot yet to. I do highly recommend a stand. 👍 iIts a good labtop, Unique experience that Does grow. Regular solo screened labtops is inferior in my own opinion after my short ownership of this Asus ( I got cheapest version of the line). Buy it, Learn it, Live it, Love it. 🤗 Aloha.
The product came in great condition and had very secure packaging. The laptop overall was a great computer but the trackpad is small, so you need to purchase a separate mouse in order for the laptop to work at its fastest. At some point the trackpad didn’t work anymore and the curser wouldn’t show up, but the separate mouse I purchased for a couple of dollars worked perfectly fine. The battery life overall is ok and is considered short compared to other laptops that can be purchased for the same price. The material of the laptop was very smudgy and fingerprints could easily be seen from the case. The laptop size overall was pretty bulky and heavy with a small screen. The length of the screen was large but the width was pretty small.The multitasking feature works very well and I am very happy with how it functions. When you drag a tab to the second smaller screen, it sizes it perfectly so that you can see the tab and use it easily. You can have up the three tabs on the bottom screen and even more on the top. A function that I found to be very useful was how you could resize, drag, and drop the different tabs in different locations of the laptop. It was great for multitasking and I have no complaints in that area of the laptop. The touchscreen was like any other and works well with stylists. It is pretty much like a iPad or a touchscreen computer.Overall, it is a great product for work and school life where you need to be able to look at a lot of tabs at once.
I had an ASUS laptop for 6 years, a 2-in-1, but I unfortunately dropped something on it and cracked the entire screen. I had no other troubles with that laptop therefore I didn’t really want to look at other brands. And especially after having this one for two weeks i’m not sure I ever will. I personally enjoy the cursor pad/whatever you wanna call it being to the right of the keyboard, the placement makes a lot more sense than the normal. I bought this laptop for the convenience of having split screens. It makes writing papers as a college student a lot easier. As well as taking notes. There’s really no trouble with seeing the screen on the keyboard, unless your posture with it on your lap sucks and the angle causes a glare. Its also a bonus that the screens have separate adjustors for brightness. The quality overall is incredible. I’ve had no problem running multiple tabs, apps, etc. My only wish it that it came with a spot to put a stylus, but really not a big deal considering I have a pouch to carry the charger in.