Is ASUS ZenBook Duo available with LTE?

ASUS ZenBook Duo
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Is ASUS ZenBook Duo available with LTE?

Best answer: Unfortunately, the ASUS ZenBook Duo does not come with LTE. However, there are tons of other reasons why it's a great device.Get yours: ASUS ZenBook Duo (£1,299 at Amazon UK)

On LTE and the ASUS ZenBook Duo

As stated above, the ASUS ZenBook Duo does not come with any kind of LTE connectivity, which is going to disappoint folks who were hoping they could use it to access the internet while away from a Wi-Fi connection. However, in truth, this may actually be somewhat of a blessing in disguise. Since the device has two screens to power and is equipped with specs that draw more power than the average modern laptop, the extra strain on the battery that LTE would bring may have resulted in a very short and unsatisfactory battery life. Though some would likely have been okay with this, the value of LTE goes down considerably if you can't use it for a long time.

Why you should still get the ASUS ZenBook Duo

ASUS ZenBook Duo

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Aside from the lack of LTE, the ASUS ZenBook Duo is an awesome device. Its dual HD screen design allows you to keep two tabs and/or programs open at once, which will no doubt help users significantly when it comes to multitasking. The display above the keyboard is touch-enabled, too, so you can use a stylus (included in the box) to highlight things or write down notes with it. The device doesn't disappoint in the slightest in the specs department, either, clocking in with an NVIDIA MX250 GPU, an Intel 10th Gen i7-10510U processor, and 16GB of RAM. With this hardware, you can easily tackle general work tasks without any problems, and you can even enjoy some light gaming too. The 10th Gen Intel CPU also gives the device compatibility with Wi-Fi 6, the latest Wi-Fi standard that improves connection stability and speed.

From a physical design perspective, the ASUS ZenBook Duo is also a great laptop. It weighs just 3.3 pounds (1.5kg), making it an easy device to carry around with you on the go. On top of that, the bezels are super thin too, which is always a nice bonus. The device also sports excellent compatibility with peripheral accessories thanks to its dual USB-A 3.1 ports and single USB-C 3.1 port.

Brendan Lowry

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