Switched On: PixelSense without the premium

Switched On: PixelSense without the premium

Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On , a column about consumer technology. Amid all the origami variations of the PC at CES this year — things that swiveled, folded, docked and rotated around their hinges — one of the more intriguing form factor variations came not from a twist on the classic clamshell, insurgent slate or a hybrid of the two. Rather, it was a variation of the desktop via the all-in-one, one of the few of that embryonic breed known as table PCs courtesy of the Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon. Table PCs entered a broader collective consciousness in 2007 when Microsoft introduced Surface (a name it would later repurpose for its tablet line)

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