Beautiful to look at and offering smooth everyday performance, the Asus ZenBook 14 is a dream. How much value you’ll get out of the ScreenPad depends greatly on your working habits. The Asus ZenBook 14 (UX434F) is one of the latest ZenBook laptops to come with Asus’s revamped ScreenPad – a trackpad that’s also a touchscreen.  The first version of the ScreenPad was impressive and attention-grabbing, but it lacked app support and was hard hitting on the battery life of laptops such as the Asus ZenBook Pro 14 and ZenBook Pro 15.  Asus says it’s worked on addressing both issues with the new ScreenPad 2.0, to the extent you’ll be able to play casual games without the battery dropping like a stone. The new ZenBook 14 is the first model from ZenBook’s 2019 lineup that Trusted Reviews has in for review. I was a fan of the 2018 ZenBook 15, so I’m keen to see how it compares to the 14 and the rest of last year’s ZenBook Pro range, especially now that ZenBook Pro power books have morphed into the huge dual-display ZenBook Duo Pros.  Two screens are better than one: 2019’s ZenBooks now feature the ScreenPad, the head-turning feature of last year’s ZenBook Pro range. The design of the ...