Lenovo this week demonstrated the 27-inch IdeaCentre Horizon Table at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NV.
The device can lie flat on any surface and supports gaming for two or more players. The company demonstrated several titles, including a multiplayer action title and a two-player Air Hockey game that utilized physical accessories to simulate two hockey mallets.
The table was responsive to quick actions and runs Windows 8 with an Intel Core i7 CPU and Nvidia GPU.
The final product will be sold with e-dice, four joysticks, and strikers.
Game developers include Electronic Arts, FableVision, Open Labs, Ubisoft, FilmOn Tvand, and Bluesticks.
The Horizon Table PC will be sold this summer through business partners at $1,699.