Additionally, as of this writing, the Adobe Creative Cloud suite (Photoshop, Lightroom, and Premiere Pro After Effect …) is the only supported offering for the software. We hope then that ASUS will allow us to use this tool (which gives real added value to the second screen) in our other builders, especially the one from BlackMagic Design, such as Da Vinci Resolve.
Adding another, but more trivial, process is the appearance of an overlay that, when moving the window, allows it to be displayed automatically in full screen on the bottom panel (or vice versa depending on where the said window is located) or to allow it to extend over the entire viewing area provided by the two screens. This feature is convenient and unobtrusive.
Performance: Is Core i7-1165G7 Enough for Editing?
Placing an ostensibly ultra-portable device in the creative part of acrobatics is risky. These devices often feature low-consumption components that have the advantage of increased autonomy, but with fatal low performance.
For its ZenBook Duo 14 2021, ASUS believes it has found the solution with an Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor at its maximum TDP. Understand that here, the new Intel chip is not limited to just 12W of TDP (as in ZenBook Flip S tested here, For example): Takes full advantage of 28 watts, with the promise of more generous performance. Intel’s Tiger Lake processor also has the privacy of integrating the latest generation iGPU based on the Xe graphics architecture. We’ll see if this configuration allows the ZenBook Duo 14 2021 to perform well in creative software.