ASUS has decided to launch its new ROG Zephyrus Duo 15, a laptop that picks up the same molds of ZenBook Duo that we have even had the pleasure of analyzing, to offer a super powerful and complete package… So complete, it even brings two high-resolution screens!
ASUS Zephyrus Duo: Double screens… Double the performance?
In case you don’t know, despite everything that has happened during this atypical year 2020, ASUS has completely renewed its range of laptops, and is currently launching everything in a phased way on the market.
First we had the very interesting ‘budget gamer’ TUF A15 that we have already analyzed, then we had the excellent Zephyrus G14 equipped with the exclusive Ryzen 9 4900HS that we are now analyzing, and finally we now have the super juice of asus giant laptops, ROG Zephyrus Duo 15, (which we hope to have the opportunity to analyze) and which in turn innovates by bringing two high quality displays in a super thin and light fortamo, without sacrificing anything of the much needed performance that the latest generation games require.
It’s a different product, but still powerful, to serve as a glove to the most demanding gamers, but also to content creators who need a mobile machine but super competent.
As for availability, our partner Globaldata.pt already has a copy to order at a cost 3999,99€.
Besides, what do you think about all this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.
Intel to suffer while Qualcomm and Apple dominate?
The world of mobile processors is constantly evolving, being now able to offer brutal performance levels, with a very high energy expenditure compared to traditional Destkop and Laptop processors, where Intel is clearly a benchmark.
That said, Apple is now planning to ‘cut off’ relations with Intel! To bet on your own ARM processors for the Mac and MacBook pc range. A decision that not only makes users think, but can also be the beginning of a profound change in the computer world.
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