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Microsoft's original vision of a multi-touch 'tabletop PC' comes to fruition in the form of Lenovo's "Ideacentre Horizon', a 27" 1" thick device that is being marketed as the future of family-style tabletop game play. Battery life is rather short at only 2 hours, but the prospect of either a 27-inch or 39-inch multitouch PC in the living room must be tempting to some.
The IdeaCentre Horizon has a set of notable accessories, including a rechargeable six-sided die can that be used for board games. Up to three dice can be read by the system simultaneously. The system also has joystick and "striker" (think air hockey paddle) controllers that can interact with the screen.

We’re not sure who needs one in the house, but it could be an amazing piece of kit for showing off family photos, playing digital board games or even collaborating on projects at work."


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