Lenovo has recently launched a brand new touch screen PC at this year’s CES in Las Vegas.
TheÂ IdeaCentre Horizon, that Lenovo calls a Table PC, has aÂ 27-inch screen and a thickness measuring just 1.1-inches.
While Lenovo’sÂ “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 includesÂ joysticks and an e-dice for just this purpose.
The device, that runs Windows 8, is supported byÂ 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 includeÂ FilmOn TV, with access to 120 streaming channels, Monopoly,Â Painting and colouring apps and more.
Other features includes aÂ 1080p 10-finger touchscreen, Intel’s Core i7 processors, Nvidia GeForce graphicsÂ 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.