Infotech Lead America: Lenovo says its Horizon Table PC will be available at a starting price of $1,699.
Lenovo’s IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC connects computer users in new ways, creating an interpersonal computing experience.
When the Horizon lays flat the Aura interface activates and allows four people to use it simultaneously and play games together on its multitouch screen with joysticks, strikers and e-dice.
Users can also collaborate using Horizon upright as a traditional all-in-one (AIO) PC thanks to its 10-finger touch and Windows 8 support.
Equipped with Intel Core i7 processors, NVIDIA GeForce graphics and Dolby Home Theatre v4 audio even digital music creation software from StageLight, co-creation happens easily in either mode.
Each table highlights the intersection of the latest technology innovation and the possibility of unbridled home décor craftsmanship representing a new era of furniture design that integrates technology directly into places where people work, play and socialize.
“We envisioned Horizon as a totally new type of technology product – one that people use to create and enjoy content in a collaborative way, not a personal device but rather an interpersonal device,” said Jeff Meredith, vice president, Lenovo Business Group Marketing.