Lenovo Horizon 2 AIO Review
The Lenovo Horizon 2 is an All-in-One PC that really steps up from the original. Lenovo has crafted a sleek , sublime and priced at $1,499. The Horizon 2 continues the interpersonal Table PC’s focus facilitating collaborative computing in both Table and Stand Modes with its Windows 8.1 10-finger touchscreen, large traditional or hybrid storage, up to 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor and Dolby Home Theater. Of course, users can adjust the screen in Stand Mode for a performance AIO desktop. They can also enjoy it in Table Mode when it’s laid flat for computing together and playing games with up to four people. With up to four hours of battery reserve and optional table accessory, it can be transported easily from room to room. As a gaming center, Horizon provides a new kind of digital gaming experience with customized games from Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, Fablevision and Bluestacks. Special accessories including e-dice, a joystick and striker make playing on the 10-finger multi-touch screen even more exciting.
One of the thing I realized with the Horizon 2 during my review was my non-use of the keyboard and mouse. Been that portable AIO, and transporting the Horizon 2 from room to room with its internal battery. I found myself using the touch screen more. Overall The Horizon 2 is a great PC, will be available beginning in June with models starting at $1,499 via major retailers and www.lenovo.com.