When it comes to computers and components, Computex is one of the biggest tradeshows in the calendar, and this year proved that more than ever, with major chip and hardware announcements from AMD, Qualcomm, Dell, and more.

We’ve been out in Taipei for Computex 2019 to cover the major announcements, including the world’s first 5G PC, the launch of new flagship CPUs and GPUs from AMD, and a bevy of new laptops, desktops, components, and peripherals to match. Here’s the best that Tech Advisor has seen at the show so far – which we’ll keep updating throughout the week as we go.

Asus ZenBook Pro Duo

Asus ZenBook Pro Duo

When designing its latest laptop, Asus apparently took one look at the MacBook Pro Touch Bar and then asked Apple to hold its beer.

Nevermind a small LCD strip, the ZenBook Pro Duo has a full 14in 4K touchscreen built into the body of the laptop, which you can use to display up to three apps at once, set up custom touch controls, or just let your main software spill down for more vertical real estate.

Yeah, it leaves the keyboard a little squashed and pushes the touchpad to one side (though it still gets a fancy built-in LCD NumPad) but for the most part Asus has made good use of the space, and managed to pack in a few ports too, while keeping the whole thing slick and small.

It won’t be for everyone, but if you’re used to using multiple monitors or multi-tasking constantly, the Pro Duo (or it’s smaller ZenBook Duo sibling) could be a winner.

Read our full Asus ZenBook Pro Duo review