Of all of the new PCs and laptops with Windows 8 that were shown at CES 2013, almost everyone one of the new desktops and laptops have touchscreen features. PCs and tablets seem to be merging, and all devices are aimed at entertainment (streaming videos) as well as productivity.
The Horizon, a 27-inch touch screen all-in-one PC can lie down for a multi-user tabletop experience. Its 10-finger touchscreen capabilities means that more than one person can be touching the screen and opening separate windows, or playing a game together. Monopoly, Draw Race are just two game titles of the 5,000 apps availalbe in the Lenovo App shop powered by Intel AppUp. The Horizon will be available early summer starting at $1699.