In the face of talk that the personal computer industry is on its way out, we've seen some companies premier really cool desktop models at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show. First, Vizio took the wraps off its upcoming PC line, and now Lenovo, the Chinese computer giant, is showing off its brand new all-in-one desktop, the IdeaCentre A720.
Lenovo says the A720 is the world's thinnest 27-inch all-in-one computer. The multi-touch display can be tilted between five and 90 degrees giving the user the option to use it in a number of different ways—even as a tablet when it's lying flat on its base.
Engadget is reporting that the desktop will be powered by Intel's Core i processors and NVIDIA graphics. Customers will have the option of a 1 TB hard drive or a 64 GB solid state drive. When it becomes available for purchase sometime before June, it will start at $1,299.
Long live the PC.