I'm Dan Ackerman, we're here taking a look at two new entries and one of my favorite PC lines, that's Lenovo's Horizon Series.
These are kind of half all-in-one, half table top PC.
And a table top PC is essentially, big screen, all-in-one, that has the battery built in, usually with a kickstand.
So you can pick it up and carry it around.
Not as portable as a laptop.
But you can move it around the house and usually lay them flat on the table.
hence, table-top PC.
This is the Horizon 2s.
It's a 19.5 inch screen.
And it's got a charging dock in here.
You can just lift it off.
It's actually very thin, very light, compared to a lot of the other tabletop PCs that we've seen.
It's got a full 1080p screen.
And I like that you can get this optional charging.
Stand, but it also has a kickstand built in to the back, so you can just stick it up like this and put it on a table, or of course you can lay it flat.
Fun for like kind of tabletop games, and Unovo has their own sort of tabletop interface that [UNKNOWN] houses games and apps and photos and things like that.
And that's gonna be about $950.
And you can upgrade it with a Core i7, and a SSD hard drive, and of course, you can just connect it to a keyboard and mouse and use it like a regular all in one.
This guy over here, it's very similar but different.
It's the Horizon 2e.
It's a little bit bigger, 21.5 inch screen, same 1080p screen.
Instead of the charging stand, it's got a really big kickstand in the back.
And what you can do with this guy is you can physically push the, the, the kickstand all the way down like this, and then you can lay it down flat on the table.
It's not quite flat laying down on the table, but it is a flat surface.
Again, good for gaining or showing photos, a other kind of table top coffee table ideas.
And then you just pick it up.
Pull the kickstand out like this and you can adjust it to a bunch of different angles, and I like that these stiff hinges sort of stay as you go, so you can kind of pick the angle that you want and you have kind of that kiosk effect.
And again, just stick a keyboard and mouse in front of it and it's like an all-in-one.
Because this guy is a little bit thicker and a little bit heavier, around 10 pounds.
And the two S version is gonna be less expensive gonna start at about seven 50.
I'm Dan Akron and that's the lunoba horizon two S and two E
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