‘IdeaCentre Horizon’ Table PC is the first “interpersonal computer” that lets more than four people to work on it, aimed at family time around the coffee table
Lenovo Group Ltd. is all set to debut something big with launch of the world’s biggest a coffee table sized PC or tablet.
Chinese computer maker is going big with a gigantic tablet at the International CES.
‘IdeaCentre Horizon’ Table PC is the first “interpersonal computer” that lets more than four people to work on it, aimed at family time around the coffee table.
IdeaCentre Horizon is the Windows 8 table PC, sporting a 27-inch screen equal to the sum of eight iPads together, serving just like a flat-panel TV with a full HD, 10 finger multi-touch screen display with a 16 by 9 aspect ratio.
World’s first Table PC is reported to be a game seeker targeting device includes games from Ubisoft and EA, and compatibility with joysticks and other accessories such as plastic “strikers” for “Air Hockey”.
Powered by a third-generation Core i7 processor with Nvidia GeForce graphics and support of a 720p front-facing camera, Coffee table PC is featured to be so adjustable that propped up off the table, unhook the power cord and laying as a flat, viewing in different modes for Monopolistic game.
Lenovo will go on sale its Coffee Table PC starting at $1,699 and expected to ship middle of the year.