Whether you’re a gamer, a student, or just an all-around little bit of everything laptop user, ASUS‘s refreshed lineup for 2024 has something for you! You can become more productive with the ASUS Zenbook Duo or immerse yourself in the new TUF gaming laptop.
ASUS Zenbook Duo
ASUS is jumping with both feet into the dual-screen laptop world with the Zenbook Duo. It’s the world’s first AI-powered 14″ dual-screen laptop that will sport up to 3K 120 Hz ASUS Lumina OLED displays. There’s also a lay-flat hinge, so you can easily use both screens as one giant screen.
You won’t have to type on a virtual screen, though, as a keyboard attaches via a pogo pin and magnets to one side. This way, you can attach a keyboard or use it as a very big tablet, whichever fits your workflow.
Under the hood is a shocking amount of power, starting with the fact that this comes with up to an Intel Core Ultra 9 processor with an integrated Neural Processing Unit (NPU) for AI acceleration. There’s also up to 32GB of RAM, up to 1TB of storage, a 75Wh battery, and Harman Kardon Dolby Atmos speakers.
The final highlights: Despite all these features, it comes in at a lightweight 3.64 pounds and utilizes recycled materials so that you can enjoy your laptop with slightly less existential guilt.
Your wallet won’t even hate you, as the Zenbook Duo starts at $1,499 later this year. You can learn more about it by clicking here.
ASUS Zenbook 14 OLED
If you’re more of a traditional laptop fan, there’s plenty more in the Zenbook line. The ASUS Zenbook 14 OLED comes in at a svelte 2.6 pounds but manages to still sport 2 Thunderbolt ports, an HDMI port, and a headphone jack because not everyone thinks wired headphones are dead.
The screen is an up to 2k ASUS Lumina OLED for a sharp visual experience, plus it’ll feature the new Windows copilot button for easy AI access.
The Zenbook 14 OLED will start at $1,299; you can learn more about it by clicking here.
Also in the Zenbook line is the ASUS Zenbook S 13 OLED. It’s a featherweight 2.2 pounds with a slim profile so that you can take it anywhere and everywhere.
It’s also the most eco-friendly of the Zenbook line, with a post-industrial recycled magnesium alloy alongside plasma ceramic aluminum, a technique that ASUS uses that’s significantly more sustainable than traditional anodizing techniques.
The ASUS Zenbook S 13 OLED starts at $1,399; you can check it out by clicking here.
The ASUS Vivobook series is also getting refreshed, with updates on the 14, 15, and 16″ OLED screens running both Intel and AMD processors. They’re picking up the new Windows Copilot key, and it will feature the ability to allot up to 8GB of memory to the iGPU to power gaming and AI apps better.
In addition, the ErgoSense keyboard will come with customizable RGB backlighting, and all the models will come with 180-degree lay flat hinges and Harman Kardon-certified Dolby Atmos speakers.
Top of the Vivobook line pack is the ASUS Vivobook Pro 15 OLED, with up to an Intel Core Ultra 7 processor and an integrated NPU AI engine. It’ll keep cool with ASUS IceCool Pro thermal technology, so no amount of gaming or AI-based work will make things get too toasty.
Gaming, work, creativity, the Vivobook Pro is ready for it all.
Finally, ASUS didn’t forget about dedicated gamers with its TUF gaming laptop.
An Intel i7 Core processor powers the ASUS TUF Gaming F16, while the TUF Gaming A16 offers up to an AMD Ryzen 9 7940HX processor. Both are sporting a chassis inspired by mechas in anime and sport a 90% screen-to-body ratio for immersive gaming.
For those just stepping into the gaming world, there’s also the TUF Gaming A15 with AMD Ryzen 8000 series processors. They’ll have 16:9 screens with 1920×1200 resolutions and a refresh rate of 165Hz, so you’ll be able to eagle-eye enemy shooters (or angry birds or plant-eating zombies … we don’t judge what you play.)