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Lenovo Bringing 27-inch IdeaCentre Horizon “Table PC” At CES 2013

This year’s CES is about to begin. Chinese multinational electronics company Lenovo is going to unveil a 27-inch portable “Table PC” named IdeaCentre Horizon at the CES 2013. This multi-touch all-in-one portable device can convert into a tablet-like device.


27-inch Ideacentre Horizon Tablet PC By Lenovo

The IdeaCentre Horizon Tablet PC weighs 17.8 pound and its thickness is 1.1-inch. The device features Intel’s Core i3 chip, Nvidia GeForce GT 620M graphics, 27-inch 1920 x 1080-pixel touch screen, 1TB hard drive, included keyboard and mouse, a large built-in battery that can provide power back up for up to two hours. The device has some built-in app including Draw Race 2 HD, King of the Opera and Paint, and Color Corner. Users will be able to access 120 streaming channels using an app called FilmOn TV.

Lenovo 27-inch Ideacentre Horizon Tablet PC
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Lenovo Horizon Multi-user PC
Lenovo Horizon's Multi-user Interface
Aura multi-user interface In Lenovo's 27-inch Ideacentre Horizon Tablet PC
Air Hockey With Physical Paddles

Though the IdeaCentre Horizon is not designed to be used as a tablet, still it can be used as a tablet. The device can transform into a huge tabletop screen once its rear kickstand is folded down. When the device is laid on a table, a specialized user interface named “Moon Dial” pops up. It allows users to interact with the computer from any angle. Lenovo’s special “Aura multi-user UI” lets users play family style games, run educational apps, and move photos and videos around a virtual desktop. Lenovo has also input a functionality called “phygital,” which is a combination of “physical” and “digital” and can interact with the screen via joysticks, dice and an air hockey mallet. Here’s a video of the device for you.

The price of IdeaCentre Horizon Tablet PC is $1699. Lenovo expects to release this “Table PC” in summer.

Source: Lenovo
Thanks To: Laptopmag

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