Lenovo announces Horizon Table PC at CES
Lenovo has unveiled a new table PC at CES 2013 that can function both as a standard desktop computer and an interactive table top device. The 27-inch Horizon features a multi-touch display that can register up to 10 fingers simultaneously, as well as a Core i7 processor, and Nvida GeForce graphics. A hinge allows the device to be transitioned between standing and flat positions, and moving the device into the table top orientation automatically activates the multi-touch interface.<br><br />
With a strong focus on multiplayer gaming, the Horizon also comes with a set of special accessories including an e-dice and four joysticks and strikers. Horizon also provides instant access to a package of pre-loaded gaming and education apps developed specifically for the table top interface by the likes of Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, and Open Labs.
The <a href="http://macnn.com/rd/276785==http://www.lenovo.com/products/us/desktop/ideacentre/horizon/" rel='nofollow'>IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC</a> will be available this summer with prices starting around $1700.
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