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ASUS ZenBook Duo 14 UX482 14” FHD NanoEdge Touch Display, Intel Evo Platform, Core i7-1165G7, 8GB RAM, 512GB PCIe SSD, Innovative ScreenPad Plus, Windows 10 Home, Celestial Blue, UX482EA-DS71T - LaptopUnder 500

ASUS ZenBook Duo 14 UX482 14” FHD NanoEdge Touch Display, Intel Evo Platform, Core i7-1165G7, 8GB RAM, 512GB PCIe SSD, Innovative ScreenPad Plus, Windows 10 Home, Celestial Blue, UX482EA-DS71T

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★★★★★
$1,399.99
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Features

  • Standing screen display size: ‎14 Inches
  • Screen Resolution: ‎1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Max Screen Resolution: ‎1920 x 1080 Pixels
  • Processor: ‎4.7 GHz core_i7
  • RAM: ‎8 GB DDR4
  • Hard Drive: ‎512 GB SSD
  • Graphics Coprocessor: ‎Intel Iris Xe Graphics
  • Chipset Brand: ‎Intel
  • Card Description: ‎Integrated
  • Graphics Card Ram Size: ‎8 GB
  • Wireless Type: ‎Bluetooth, 802.11ax
  • Number of USB 3.0 Ports: ‎1
  • National Stock Number: ‎UX482EA-DS71T
  • 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

Description

  • 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
  • 14 inch Full HD NanoEdge touchscreen glossy main display
  • Intel Evo Platform - The...

    User reviews

    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.
    PROS:○Lightweight○Beautiful Color○Unique and SEAMLESS Duo Touchscreen setup○Super fast○A nice battery life○***Unique Keyboard/Trackpad setup***○Infrared Face sign-in○2 USB-C lightning ports (which seems identically similarly to the macbook)○Included accessories (a pen, a sleeve, and a stand that sticks under the laptop)CONS:◇It feels smaller that 14in (that's what she said 😏)◇ScreenPad not as useful as I thought it would be◇Not enough ports, had to purchase a USB-C adapter◇***The keyboard definitely tires your wrist when not sitting upright at a desktop***◇SHARP. When using on my lap you feel the divids digging into your thighs.◇8gigs of RAM (eh, would like more)◇You still have to slightly lean to see that newly lifted screenpad◇FINGERPRINTS EVERYWHEREALL IN ALL, I really enjoy this laptop. It's definitely unique and feels high end. I ran into one hiccup when using a Adobe Illustrator in which it told me I didn't have enough RAM to perform an action. But everything opens so fast which makes it easy to get into a workflow. I prefer using this thing at a desktop, and utilizing the included stand that sticks to the bottom. The keyboard and mouse setup takes a slight getting use to. But when I work on my "work laptop" I find myself placing my hand to the right for the trackpad all the time.My only wish is for ASUS is to PLEASE provide the specs to some kind of custom skin creating site because this thing visibly leaves behind every single touch. More accessories would be nice also like an attachable usb-c hub in that celestial blue color. For this price point, I feel it should be marketed better with more accessories available for it.
    Laptop is amazing. The dual screen setup works well and is pretty fast.Cons : The drive (nvme) seems slow. It boots slower and runs programs slower than my 3 year old Lenovo Yoga 910. (Nothing other than base windows booted on both). Lower screen has crashed 2x in the past week on me forcing a reboot. Keyboard stopped responding 2x in a week needing a forced shutdown. Hopefully these won't be a common occurrence.The bottom display is very dim. Not bright enough to use in bright lighting conditions.Angle of the bottom screen should be more. It is better than the old 2020 version but still too low.Main screen quality is mediocre. I compared to my Surface Laptop 3 13.5" and my Lenovo Yoga 910. Both have much crisper and brighter displays as well as much smoother refresh rates. Scrolling on the Zenbook Duo is not a very smooth process (due to refresh rate of display, not CPU(I have the i7-1165G7).


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