Laptops, for the most part, haven’t made many leaps in the overall design for the longest time. However, once in a while something comes along to breathe a small bit of fresh air into the device range.
With creative tools gaining an even greater share of modern day productivity, the ASUS ZenBook Pro is primed to help ease some of that burden.
Imagine this – You have that new design project due in the next couple of days. But your main desktop or drawing pad is malfunctioning and you can’t resume your work there. What do you do?
For starters, you can consider using a more compact option as an alternative. The ASUS ZenBook Pro offers you a slick, streamlined new way to perform your day to day tasks such as video editing, watching videos and doing general work to streamline your day.
More specifically, we’re talking about the ScreenPad. The Zenbook Pro’s ScreenPad, as mentioned in the video, doubles as both a trackpad, a screen extension, or even a secondary screen.
And the possibilities, we’ve found, certainly handy in a pinch.
Need a second screen for your colour wheels on Photoshop or Premiere Pro? The ScreenPad’s got your back. Need to quickly change fonts while working on your document? The ScreenPad provides that option as well. Need to watch the latest trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home under your boss’ nose at work? Just drop the thing onto the ScreenPad and no one will notice.
Currently, the ScreenPad can only be found on the ASUS ZenBook Pro, which comes in the 15-inch model which debuted late last year (check out our drawing sesh on that), as well as the newer 14-inch option.
Either way, you’ll have your work cut out for you with the ZenBook Pro’s ScreenPad.
Not convinced yet? Just watch the video above, why don’t you. If you’ve already done so, and are seriously contemplating a nifty new alternative to your malfunctioning desktop, head on over to the ASUS flagship Lazada store to purchase it.
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