/// At CES, Lenovo Attempts to Go Big With 27-Inch "Table Computer"
Last year at CES, Lenovo was all about its “bendy” convertible Ultrabook, the IdeaPad Yoga, and the upcoming Windows 8 operating system. This year, the Chinese computer maker is going big. Literally. The company is wagering that consumers will want a giant, 27-inch, 17-pound “table PC.” Called the IdeaCentre Horizon, this Windows 8 table PC (table tablet? coffee-table computer?) is running on a third-generation Core i7 processor with Nvidia GeForce graphics. It has a full HD, multi-touch touchscreen display with a 16 by 9 aspect ratio. There’s a 720p front-facing camera for Web video chats. It’s also adjustable, so it can be propped up and viewed in different modes. With customized games from Ubisoft and EA, and compatibility with joysticks and other accessories, Lenovo is clearly trying to target the game-playing crowd in addition to average consumers, some business users, and 6’7″ basketball players
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At CES, Lenovo Attempts to Go Big With 27-Inch "Table Computer"