The Asus Zenbooks are a great piece of hardware for the budget.
They’re not as sexy as the HP Spectre x360 or the MacBook Air, but they do have great performance.
So when Asus announced that the Duo would be available in an “entry level” model, you had to give them a try.
Unfortunately, that entry level model has been out of stock for over a month, and we can’t seem to get one in our hands.
We don’t have an actual review unit yet, but a couple of readers have gotten hold of one of the units and are reporting that it has a 2GHz quad-core processor, 16GB of storage, a 512GB solid-state drive, a 1.5MP rear camera, and 1GB of RAM.
The specs are pretty standard for entry-level tablets.
The Duo will cost $499 when it launches in the U.S. on April 24th, but it will likely be a little more expensive elsewhere, given the limited availability.