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ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED also includes the new tilting ScreenPad Plus, a secondary touchscreen that automatically tilts up by 9.5°, creating an angle of 144.5° between the main display and ScreenPad Plus for more comfortable viewing. You can enjoy seamless visuals across both displays, with easy multitasking thanks to the built-in ScreenPad Plus-optimized apps that enhance your workflow.
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Put tools, references and source files on ScreenPad Plus for the ultimate editing interface.
Enjoy an enlarged visual workspace for your code, previews and other programming content.
Scroll through your video timeline on ScreenPad Plus, with plenty of extra room for your pro tools.
Check your scripts on ScreenPad Plus while enjoying smooth 3D rendering on the main display.
Drag your live-streaming windows onto ScreenPad Plus without interrupting the main game display.
Next-generation ergonomics, for stylus or keyboard
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Intel® Core™ i9 processor
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Militarily tested durability
A. Watch HDR streaming videos
ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED will automatically prioritize the HDR versions of a movie for playback to give you the best viewing experience. As HDR streaming processing is not fully optimized, we recommend using Microsoft Edge as your internet browser for the best visual experience. (To turn off this function, open Display Settings, select Windows HD Color settings, then switch off Stream HDR video).
B. Play HDR-capable games, media, and other apps
If you own HDR content and want to view it in HDR on ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED, please first connect its DC power supply. Open Display Settings, select Windows HD Color settings, then switch on Play HDR games and apps. When this function is turned on, the display’s brightness may be reduced and you will need to readjust the brightness to the desired level. Also, the color of the Windows Desktop may change, but this won’t affect HDR functions. We recommend you only enable this feature when you use related apps. For non-streaming HDR videos with HEVC decoder requirements, we also recommend using Microsoft’s built-in Movies & TV app.
2*.Average tested result: Delta-E < 1.5, +/- 0.
3*.Unless otherwise stated, data read and write speeds are based on theoretical performance. Actual performance may vary in real-world situations.