Asus has been doing this dual-screen form factor for a while, and there are parts of the $1,999.99-and-up ZenBook Pro Duo 14 OLED we haven't seen before.
As with previous models in the Duo line, there's a large 14.5-inch screen on top and a smaller 12.7-inch screen behind the keyboard deck.
The company made a small tweak that made the experience significantly more comfortable by elevating the secondary screen by 12 degrees.
As you can see, last year's 14-inch ZenBook Duo model only raised the secondary screen by seven degrees. The 2020 model was even flatter.
I was constantly craning my neck to lean over whenever I wanted to watch something on the second screen.
The 12-degree rise doesn't look great on paper, but it finally raised the screen high enough that I no longer needed to crane it.
I'm leaning back in my office chair as I type this. I'm actually reclining a bit.
I can see the Pro Duo's primary screen and the contents of its secondary screen.
I can read the words on the secondary screen in this reclined position.