You could argue that the most prominent feature of any touch-oriented device is its screen. Lenovo protects the 27" display on its IdeaCentre Horizon with rubber around the edges. Hardware-based color control is limited to a brightness button, which is surrounded by volume controls, a rotation selector, and an input selector switch.
The input selector toggles between internal (PC) and external (HDMI) inputs. The 1920x1080 display could be the perfect output device for an attached Blu-ray player, gaming console, or HDMI-attached cable box.
Peripheral connectivity is limited to two USB 3.0 ports, which drops to a single USB 3.0 port once you get the keyboard and mouse hooked up. Those devices communicate through an external, plug-in transceiver rather than the Horizon’s internal Bluetooth controller. Other I/O includes a 6-in-1 flash media drive, a headphone output, and a mic input.
The screen’s lower-left corner hosts hard drive, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and battery status indicators.
A 720p webcam is integrated stealthily above the IdeaCentre Horizon’s screen.
- Lenovo's Table-Sized IdeaCentre Horizon PC
- What Is A Table PC Used For, Anyway?
- Getting To Know The IdeaCentre Horizon
- Brightness, Contrast, Uniformity, And Gamma
- Color Gamut, Accuracy, And Calibration
- Test Settings And Benchmarks
- Results: 3DMark And PCMark
- Results: Sandra And TouchXPRT
- Results: Battlefield 3 And Far Cry 3
- Results: Skyrim And F1 2012
- Results: Audio And Video Encoding
- Results: Adobe Creative Suite
- Results: Productivity
- Results: File Compression
- Energy, Heat, And Battery Life
- The Overall Efficiency And Value Of Lenovo's IdeaCentre Horizon