Laptop manufacturers have been experimenting with the bottom half of laptops over the past few years, trying to add touch screen displays to make the bottom half more useful. Apple tried to keep it simple, adding a thin strip along the top of the keyboard on the MacBook Pro, which wasn't received that well. Lenovo went to the other extreme, replacing the entire bottom half with a full touch panel which could double as a secondary display as well as a full touchscreen keyboard. ASUS on the other hand, took the Goldilocks approach and preferred to work somewhere in the middle.
First, the company released the ZenBook Pro 15 which had a traditional keyboard as well as a smaller touch screen display which also acted as a traditional trackpad. Now the company is upping the ante with the new ZenBook Pro Duo which makes full use of the entire bottom half of the laptop. It still has a traditional keyboard for typing, but it is placed all the way down on the bottom of the panel. The top portion of the panel is now a much larger touch display which can be used for a variety of purposes. The trackpad is now to the right of the keyboard, rather than below it like traditional laptops, and it can also double as a number pad to give you a full keyboard experience. This is the most jam-packed laptop you'll see on the market, and it's definitely an interesting approach. Completely the opposite of @Vilen's minimalistic approach to mobile computing.
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