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0:08 – Hardware overview
1:50 – Internal battery demonstration
2:54 – Aura interface and flat tabletop demonstration
5:28 – Minecraft demo
5:46 – Microsoft Word / Office demo
6:06 – Conclusion and final thoughts
The Lenovo Horizon 2E is a nice and affordable all-in-one PC. It comes equipped with a 21.5″ 1920×1080 (full HD) touch screen display, Intel i3 processor, 4 gigabytes of RAM, and a 1 terabyte spinning hard disk.
Performance is adequate for home computing tasks and light gaming. The 3D hardware is adequate to run games like Minecraft.
The computer feels like an oversized tablet, and can be placed into a tabletop mode where it lays flat on a surface. When in that position it will summon a launcher called Aura that has some neat user interface concepts for kids and education.
The computer also has a battery built in that can power the device for probably 2 or 3 hours. This is a neat feature for a desktop that prevents losing work from a power outage.
My only real gripe is that it sits rather low on the desk. Many other all-in-ones I’ve used have some kind of stand to get the display more eye level. This one sits pretty close to the surface of the desk. So those with neck or back pain may have difficulty using it.
Beyond that this is a decent all-in-one that can be found for less than 0.
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DISCLOSURE: Lenovo lent a review unit to the show to evaluate.