still remember the Microsoft Surface touchscreen table PC and the big ass Android tablet from Kouziro? now, can you imagine fusing the two together? no? may be a little help here: just take a look at the new Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC (note: it’s a ‘table’ not ‘tablet’) and that, my friend, is probably what the fusion will look like. the Horizon is essentially a Windows 8 PC but when you lay it flat on the any surface (floor, desk or whatever), it becomes a table PC – much like the Microsoft Surface, but only way smaller and much like the giant-size Kouziro, but only bigger and it is of course, powered by Windows 8. hard specs-wise, the Horizon packs in up to 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processor, up to 8GB RAM, a beautiful 27-inch full HD 10-point multi-touch display, up to 1TB HDD and will keep you and your kids awed with up to two hours of battery life. billed as the Chinese firm’s first “interpersonal PC”, the Horizon is a multi-user, multi-touch, multi-mode device for your home, allowing you to turn an otherwise personal computing experience into a “share computing experience”, which is also why it comes preloaded with multi-player family games, including MONOPOLY, Fishing Joy (it’s a father and son thing, but without actually getting into a fight with mozzies), Stagelight, FilmOn TV – just to name a few. and it comes complete with a special set of accessories that include an e-dice, four joysticks and strikers (air hockey, anyone?) for that extra oomph in your digital gaming experience. dropping in early Summer, both on- and offline, for an approximate sticker of $1,699. check out a product tour video after the break.