I am astonished at the speed that new tech designs roll off the line these days. It wasn’t just a couple months ago that I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the new Lenovo ThinkPad Twist, and now Lenovo has dropped another amazing peice of engineering in our laps. The new Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon.
It is multi-function and can be used as a complete touch screen Windows 8 desktop computer as well as laid out flat as a table computer, allowing you to gather friends (or clients) around the display and all take part in the user experience. Even as a business professional the applications are as endless as your imagination. Explaining what your talking about to your clients as they stare you in the face, knowing full well they cannot invision your idea can be frustrating. No more frustrating then having 7 or 8 prospective clients hovering behind them as you try to show them your design on your laptop.
The IdeaCentre Horizon changes everything. Imagine your talking to your clients and you can see that they are not grasping your concept, you then lay this machine down on the table top and spin it around for them to interact with using the touch screen interface. I can guarantee you will see some jaws drop.
If you loved squaring off on the old table top pac-man (and other games) in the ‘old-school’ arcades and movie theaters, then this new computer design will blow your mind. The new IdeaCentre Horizon takes an old idea and puts an entirely new spin on it. This machine has plenty of power to turn a night with the family or a group full of friends into an interactive game night that no-one will want to miss out on. Lenovo is bringing back ‘Family Game Night’ in a whole new way. It’s also rocking a blazing fast i7 Processor, Windows 8 Pro, 10 Finger Multi-touch, 27″ Backlit HD Display.
While you can’t walk into your local cat-man-du and take one of these home with you today, you can get on a list to be notified of sale date. Projected on sale date is some time in the summer of 2013.
Would you have one of these in your home or business? Watch the video below and let us know what you think in the comments section below.