Lenovo Horizon 2S and 2e are Massive “All-in-One” Tablets; Spec and Price
You shouldn’t be surprised if Lenovo has become the leading computer manufacturer with huge growth in it computer business and if consumers lean towards Lenovo, there must be a reason. Look at these two devices, hybrid computers that can be transformed into full functional All-in-One desktop PC. The huge tablets are new addition to its Horizon series, dubbed Horizon 2S and 2e. The devices were showcased at the IFA 2014. Both models are running Windows 8.1. Lenovo has brought a host of devices to the event and these are just two of them. Lenovo has already unveiled series of mobile devices including smartphones.
The Horizon 2S despite its huge display and gigantic form factor, the device is thinner and lighter, measuring at 0.59-inch and weighs in at 5.5lbs. The tablet is 19.5 inch wide and can be attached to an optional stand or use the built-in kickstand to use the device as All-in-One desktop or lie down the device to use it like a tablet computer.
Specifications start from an Intel Haswell processor and sports a 1920 x 1080 pixel IPS display, 8GB of RAM, and up to 500GB of storage. The device is coming with a host of connectivity features that include WiFi, Bluetooth, and NFC, and 2 USB 3.0 ports. The device also features stereo speakers, and an SD card reader.
Other optional accessories include joysticks and e-dice as well as a wireless keyboard. The Horizon 2S is priced at $949 and will be available on sale in October.
Lenovo Horizon 2e
This one is even massive display with 21.5″ display. The tablet is as thin as 1.1-inch and weighs in at 10.1 pounds. The device looks our regular tablet except for its massiveness in its form factor. The tablet has a kickstand that completely retracts to the body allowing you to lay it down flat and play games or do other things on the monitor utilizing its touch functionality.
The Lenovo Horizon 2e is powered by an Intel Haswell CPU and packs a 8GB of RAM, up to 1TB of storage and optional NVIDIA GT 820A graphics card.
Ports include 2 USB 3.0 ports, HDMI input and for connectivity, there are WiFi and Bluetooth. The device also offers stereo 3W speakers ad powering this massive tablet is a battery that is good for 3 hours, that should be enough as you may not be taking this tablet around. And the Horizon 2e also features wireless keyboard.
The 2e is priced at $749 and may go up based on your configuration. The tablet will go on sale in October 2014. And if you want a real Coffee Table, take a look at this Ideum Platform tables with Android OS.