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Posted 17 March 2023

ASUS Duo 14" 11th gen i7 16GB 512GB SSD Dual Screen laptop £979 @ao

£979£1,0799% off
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Another discount for this fabulous series of dual-screen laptops. This time it is the i7 variant and now under £1k for the first time!

This Asus laptop will be a great partner for helping you stay productive. It has a fantastic processor and a huge amount of RAM that’ll run programs alongside one another with ease. So, whether you’re researching while writing that dissertation or juggling editing tools for your marketing video, it’ll multitask effortlessly. The touchscreen will come in handy for those quick edits too, and the Full HD resolution will be perfect for crafting the little details in that creative project. Since it’s got 12 hours of battery, it’ll see you through those late-night library sessions and full work days with no issues. You won’t struggle for storage either, thanks to the 512GB SSD. And with the fast load times, you’ll hit the ground running every time.

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  1. ian.walker's avatar
    I Still think that the i5 deal on this laptop at £799, while having less CPU performance, is the better one (see below) but for those wanting more power this might be an even better deal

    ASUS Zenbook Duo 14 UX482EA 14" Laptop - Intel Core i5, 512 GB SSD, Blue - £799 @ Currys | hotukdeals

    The truth is that most of us wouldn't tax a 5th-generation Intel laptop with our processing requirements but we continue to fall for the "must have the latest" mentality

    Don't forget 1% back with Quidco:

    quidco.com/ao-com (edited)
    Viraf_Sethna's avatar
    Will the i5 variant be good with Video editing?
  2. xybp9's avatar
    way too much for a laptop with a 2 gen old CPU

    12th gen introduced E cores (at least 4, bringing core count to 8 minimum from 4)

    13th gen introduced chiplets, more L2 cache, and about 35% increase in single core performance, and obviously MUCH more in multi core because you have 24 cores instead of up to 4 with 11th gen
    ian.walker's avatar
    "The truth is that most of us wouldn't tax a 5th-generation Intel laptop but we continue to fall for the "must have the latest" mentality - and it's great for Intel (and AMD) but often of questionable value for us."

    I admit that I used to be like this myself.
    It's all horses for courses however and everyone should do what they think will make them happy. (edited)
  3. papasb's avatar
    Voting hot as I own this (paid slightly more for this a month or so back) and its an excellent machine with good batter life. (edited)
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