CES 2012 VIDEO: Lenovo IdeaCenter A720 All-In-One hands-on

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Giant tablet, or touchscreen PC? Ah, the first world problems we face every day in consumer technology. Lenovo have at least removed that quandary from your trembling brain this week, by introducing the gigantic Lenovo IdeaCenter A720 All-In-One PC.

Measuring 27 inches diagonally, it packs in a Core-i7 Sandy Bridge CPU, 8GB of RAM, up to 1.8TB of storage space (with SSD options), a 2GB discrete graphics card and a Blu-ray drive. The screen is full HD at 1920 by 1200 pixels, supporting ten-finger multitouch.

Where it comes into its own however is its flexibility. Though the A720 can stand tall like a regular All-In-One desktop machine, it also folds flat to be used as a massive tabletop tablet device.

Hit the video above to see a Lenovo spokesperson demo the device direct from the CES 2012 show floor.

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Gerald Lynch
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One thought on “CES 2012 VIDEO: Lenovo IdeaCenter A720 All-In-One hands-on

  • It looks like they Lenovo would like to make the PC as Apple MacInstosh. But however the system related to the Apple is really very fast on operating with the user.

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