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Asus ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED UX582 Review And Specification

Asus ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED UX582 Review And Specification

 Still working on two screens, Asus. The business has been selling laptops with secondary screens built into the trackpad for the past several years, but as of last year, Asus has been selling the sleek ZenBook Pro Duo UX581, which adds a second huge screen directly below the main panel. The Asus ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED UX582, which updates that series for 2022, expands on an already futuristic concept that is incredibly well-executed.

With the release of the ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED UX582, Asus is refining the shape and function of its first experimental design, smoothing out any rough spots. This review examines the Asus ZenBook Pro Duo UX582ZM-AS76T, which features a 15.6-inch 4K touch display (3840 x 2160) with a ScreenPad Plus (3840 x 1100), a 12th Gen Intel Core i7-12700H CPU, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD storage, and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card.

The price of the Asus ZenBook UX582ZM-AS76T is marginally higher than that of a device like the LG Gram 16T90Q that has comparable specifications but no second display. Is this one of the greatest laptops for picture and video editing because of its two displays?

 Asus ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED UX582 Specification

  • Display : 15.6 inc, Touch screen
  • CPU : Intel Core i9-12900H (2.5 GHz) / Intel Core i7-12700H (2.3 GHz)
  • RAM : 32GB / 16GB, on board
  • Storage : 1TB SSD (M.2)
  • Battery : 92WHrs, 8-cell
  • OS : Windows 10 Pro / 11 Home / 11 Pro / 10 Home
  • GPU : NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 / RTX 3060, Laptop GPU


Even though the Asus ZenBook Pro Duo 15's design will stick out, there are a few more features that will set this laptop apart if you want to brag. Before introducing you to the rest of the world, it has a handsome celestial blue brushed magnesium-aluminum finish that is sure to raise heads. Then, when you open the lid, you'll be amazed by the secondary display, which rises to a comfortable angle.

The keyboard and trackpad are quite crammed into the bottom half, and the secondary display occupies a significant amount of space that would normally be occupied by the keyboard deck. Writing is really the only creative activity that this laptop is not ideal for; all other activities will function flawlessly.

When the lid is closed, the Asus UX582ZM-AS76T weighs 5.16 lbs and is fairly thick. If you take it with you wherever you go, especially if you plan to carry the power supply, it will feel like a brick.

If the accompanying pen doesn't run out of AAA battery while you're using it, it provides reasonable responsiveness on both monitors, so if you're a stylus whiz, you'll find it quite useful. Fortunately, you may simply replace the dead battery and resume working immediately. The drawback is that you have to replace the battery in order to resume working; if you don't have one on hand, you're out of luck.

The few connectors on the ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED UX582, including the total absence of any form of SD card slot, may be its greatest flaw. This is a critical absence for photographers and videographers; for your work, you'll need a dongle or wireless/cloud transmission. Not the newest Thunderbolt 4 connectors, but Thunderbolt 3 ports nonetheless, are the USB Type-C ports.


The main display of the ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED is a stunning 4K LED panel with support for DisplayHDR 500. OLED is unique in that the panel Asus employs on the ZenBook Pro Duo often produces blacks that look very deep and makes colors pop without being oversaturated.

However, the second screen, known as the ScreenPad+, is likewise OLED and operates at 3840 x 1100. It has deep blacks and is vivid and brilliant, just like the main display. Though any maximized apps on it may appear a little strange due to the widescreen format, the second display is big enough to be usable.

With a ScreenXpert Control Center menu that can be pinned to the left, right, or bottom of the panel or left to float, Asus has crammed a lot of functionality into the second display. A few helpful ScreenPad+ programs are the Quick Key tool, which offers fast access to operations like copy and paste; the Handwriting app, which translates pen to text; the Spotify control center; the virtual numeric keypad; and the Corel Multicam tool.

The ScreenPad+ can be used in a variety of ways. It may be configured to function as a large touchpad, albeit this feature is not as helpful as it first appears because it is situated above the keyboard and is difficult to use. It can serve as a regular external display because it can host app windows. Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, and Lightroom Classic are all supported by Asus's new Control Panel app, which offers multiple frequently used features for each program.

All things considered, the ScreenPad+ is a helpful addition—but mostly for the particular user who can make use of the app-specific features. That's okay though, since the intended audience for this laptop is artists, who will benefit most from the second monitor. I wouldn't use it for anything other than pulling down windows that I want to see separately or that I don't want to clutter up my primary display. Because of this, the ScreenPad+ may become a specialized part, but it still has value.

Keyboard and Touchpad

The 3-step backlit keyboard of the ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED UX582 is a decent one when used alone. Its switches allow for precise action with a mouse click, and its key spacing is comfortable and has plenty of travel. The absence of a palm rest, which causes your fingers to type at an awkward angle when using the laptop alone, is the single drawback of this keyboard.

On the other hand, the touchpad is just mediocre. It's positioned to the right of the keyboard, where it can be somewhat disruptive to use, and it's tiny and vertically oriented, which makes it strange to use. Though useful for those who would use it, the Asus virtual LED numeric keypad functionality is included, which somewhat compensates for the device's size and location issues. Since it's a Microsoft Precision touchpad, it functions fairly well. We hope that the palm rest that is offered will help.

Battery Life

Even with a 92WHr battery, the Asus ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED UX582 won't be able to power two 4K OLED monitors for too long. The Asus ZenBook UX582ZM-AS76T deserves praise for its reliable battery life, which lasted for four hours and thirty-four minutes in our tests regardless of the task.

Even still, that's not very good, so you won't be using this laptop for extended periods of time without an outlet. It does imply that you will need to bring the bulky 240-watt power brick with you if you are heading out for the entire workday by automobile. Your backpack will feel fairly full when you combine that with the ErgoLift Stand and the palm rest extension.

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