The ‘keyboard’ part of the Zenbook Duo now has a 14-inch screen on its upper half, and a keyboard and touchpad on its lower half. Asus has doubled down on its use of ScreenPad, the 5.5-inch 1,920×1,080 display that is able to function as either a secondary display or as a touchpad, by taking it to other models in its line up, and in the case of the Zenbook Duo, making a new Plus-sized version. For the ZenBook Pro Duo UX581, Asus has installed a traditional 15.6-inch 3840×2160 OLED display, and coupled it with a 4k-capable 14-inch 3840×1100 display dubbed ScreenPad Plus. On the silicon side, the ZenBook Pro Duo has a 9th Generation Intel Core processor, up to 32GB of memory, and uses an nVidia GeForce RTX 2060 to power its graphics. Asus said the plus-sized ScreenPad would allow for “productivity-enhancing workflows and easy multitasking”. The company also announced at Computex on Monday evening the ZenBook Duo UX481, which has a 14-inch 1920×1080 display, a 12.6-inch 1920×1080 ScreenPad Plus, and uses Nvidia GeForce MX250 discrete graphics. The regular ScreenPad is also set to appear in the ZenBook 13, 14, and 15 models, ZenBook ...