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Asus ZenBook Pro

Here's the latest model in Asus' ZenBook Pro line.

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It can be configured with huge power, up to an Intel Core i9 processor and an Nvidia GeForce 1050Ti GPU.

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The real star is its trackpad. It doubles as a 5.5-inch display.

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It's called the ScreenPad, and it's touchscreen. 

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You can watch YouTube clips on it, run apps and get an extra screen for Microsoft Office programs. 

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There are two models in the new line, a 15.6-inch variant and one with a 14-inch display. 

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Both pack the ScreenPad.

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Asus didn't specify when the new range will be available, or for what price. 

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It'll be available in two colours: Deep Dive Blue and Rose Gold Trim.

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Click on for more shots of the new laptops. 

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