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The IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC is an "interpersonal PC," a multi-user, multi-touch, multi-mode device for the home that allows users to turn their personal computing experience into a shared computing experience. As a Table PC, Horizon can lie flat on any surface, lets two or more people use the screen at the same time, supports interactive physical gaming accessories and is designed for touch screen game-play among several players. Horizon takes advantage of Windows 8 touch functionality to bring customized games from Electronic Arts and Ubisoft to life in a way players have never before seen. Horizon can also easily transform into a 27-inch high-performance desktop to handle whatever productivity tasks users need to do.

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8.0
CNET May 10, 2013

Tabletop PCs may not be fully ready for the mainstream, but this coffee-table-size version from Lenovo is fun to use, and doubles as a solid all-in-one desktop.

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6.0
AllThingsD May 20, 2013

I like it, mostly because having a second large display at home is great for media consumption. But I still wouldn’t buy it. At the end of the day, it’s a niche product.

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6.0
PC Mag May 20, 2013

The Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon is a huge 27-inch all-in-one desktop that you can carry around the house. Aside from the novelty, however, there are few reasons to recommend this system over a traditional all-in-one desktop.

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CNET Jan 6, 2013

It won't be for everyone, but some people might have interest in carving out a space for a system like this. The $999 price tag for a model with an Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) version of Intel's Core i3 chip won't hurt adoption, and that still gets you all of the input accessories, as well as the...

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PC Mag Jan 9, 2013

It's designed for sharing the computer with the family, and as such Lenovo has worked with software developers to make sure it's not just another big-screen desktop that happens to tilt flat.

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SlashGear Jan 6, 2013

The machine we had a peek at here in its current form had fabulous viewing angles and a rather realistically nice setup – in other words, it felt as though we’d really, actually use it in the real world. Not such a thing can be said about all massive touchscreen devices such as this.

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TechRadar Jan 11, 2013

While the reclined mode is the most fun, it's also the least practical. If you've got the space, it would be a great way to share vacation photos or play a board game or two.

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TrustedReviews Jan 10, 2013

The Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon Table isn't a new concept, but it's probably the most accessible execution of a design like this we've seen.

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