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Lenovo’s new coffee table computer is one gigantic iPad


The first introductory events of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicked off quietly this weekend, giving the world a glimpse at the coolest, shiniest new gadgets out there, the Atlantic Wire reports. The show doesn’t actually start until Tuesday, but the sneak previews are a great chance for companies to get out in front of the inevitably oversaturated tech news cycle that the week brings. One cool-looking gadget that caught our eye comes from Lenovo, the makers of the very boring-looking ThinkPads. It’s called the IdeaCenter Horizon Table PC and is eye-catching mostly because it looks like something out of an Onion article about zany gadgets at CES, except it’s absolutely real and you can totally buy one. What is it? Well, for lack of a better analogy, it’s like one enormous iPad that you can carry around your house, play boardgames on and use as a table. Just be careful not to spill your drinks…

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