Lenovo has recently launched a brand new touch screen PC at this year’s CES in Las Vegas.
The IdeaCentre Horizon, that Lenovo calls a Table PC, has a 27-inch screen and a thickness measuring just 1.1-inches.
While Lenovo’s “interpersonal PC”, which it claims is a world first can function as a regular desktop, with an optional built in stand, it has the ability to collapse into a table top mode than can be shared among multiple users, for gaming for example that includes joysticks and an e-dice for just this purpose.
The device, that runs Windows 8, is supported by Lenovo Auro, a proprietary interface that supports multiple users, that is engaged once laid down on a flat surface.
Users can also access Lenovo’s App Shop that offers a number of apps that are either pre-loaded or come as part of an exclusive access package. Apps include FilmOn TV, with access to 120 streaming channels, Monopoly, Painting and colouring apps and more.
Other features includes a 1080p 10-finger touchscreen, Intel’s Core i7 processors, Nvidia GeForce graphics and up 1TB of storage.
According to Lenovo pricing will start at about $1,699 with a release date expected for the beginning of summer in the U.S.