Lenovo was particularly proud of their Horizon all-in-one (AIO)/Table PC touchscreen computer, which at first glance seems much like any other AIO. Lenovo is adding their own special sauce via added software goodness to create what they hope will be a new class of device, the “interpersonal computer”. I shot a video of Horizon in action, which I'll have to wait to upload (sorry—slow Internet here in Vegas!), but I do have some images below. One of the main attractions besides software is that the device can lie completely flat against the table, at which point the Lenovo Auro interface activates. Auro is designed to support interaction with two or more people (10-point multitouch), allowing for a more family/group oriented experience. The Horizon comes with...

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