What’s in a name? Dual monitor mount for Asus Zenbook UX305 (2018)

By Steve LomasPublished Apr 18, 2018 02:30:32At first glance, the Asus ZenBook UX305 looks like a simple Asus laptop.

But that’s just how it feels.

The Asus ZenPad UX305 is a dual monitor chassis.

It’s a hybrid design, in that the chassis is used for two separate monitors.

It comes with a 4K panel, a 1080p panel, and a 1440p panel.

It can support up to four displays.

The ZenBook line has a reputation for quality, and the UX305 definitely delivers.

It has an aluminum frame and matte finish, while the ZenBook Pro line has an even more durable aluminum frame.

This is a solid chassis that’s not going to break in.

I’ve been able to install both my ZenBook U2711 and ZenBook E3011 laptops on this chassis, with no issues.

When I plugged my ZenPad into my monitor and switched to the Asus UEFI menu, it booted up like any other Asus laptop, even without a keyboard.

It booted up without any problems, and was quickly able to connect to the internet.

The screen itself is a 1920×1080 IPS panel, with a wide 178 degree viewing angle.

The laptop has a 15.6″ display.

The CPU is an Intel Core i7-4960X with 16GB of RAM.

The graphics are Nvidia GeForce GT 650M, an Nvidia GTX 1060, and 4GB of GDDR5 memory.

The battery is a Samsung 950 Pro with 64GB of storage.

I tested the Asus UX305 in a number of different settings.

For a laptop with a 1920 x 1080 IPS display, I wanted to run games at high resolutions.

I tried playing Crysis 2 at 1440p with a high frame rate.

I wanted the laptop to load a lot of games, but I also wanted the battery life to be very high.

I also tried playing Assassin’s Creed: Unity at 1080p and at 30 fps, with very little slowdown.

In order to test the Zenbook in these settings, I needed to use an Nvidia driver that allows me to connect and disconnect my Nvidia graphics card.

In this case, I didn’t have an NVidia GeForce GPU, but my computer had an AMD Radeon R9 290X GPU, so I was able to get the same results.

The desktop experience of the ZenPad is also quite good.

The keyboard is comfortable and fast, and there’s a nice, wide trackpad that works with the trackpad on the UX303.

It also has a touchpad, which I prefer because I’m more comfortable with the clicky feel of a clicky trackpad.

It didn’t work well in games, however, which is disappointing.

The UX305 also has USB 3.0 ports, a full-size HDMI, a headphone jack, and one USB Type-C port.

You can also connect an optional Thunderbolt 3 to the UX300 for faster transfers of data and faster charging.

The two displays on the Zenpad are not really connected, and it looks like the UX301’s display is actually connected to the Zen305’s display, which would make for a confusing setup.

But I wasn’t able to test that.

There is also no wireless networking built into the ZenPro line.

This is one of those cases where a combination of hardware and software might not be what you need, but there are still a lot to like about the Asus product.

Asus ZenBooks have always been a premium brand, and this ZenBook may be the best of them.