Lenovo’s latest all-in-one desktop computer is a 20 inch PC-in-a-display which is designed to be used standing up, flat on a table, or somewhere in between. You can tilt The Lenovo Flex 20 and use it at up to a 50 degree angle.
The computer has a 19.5 inch touchscreen display, and it’s coming soon for $899 and up.
Last year Lenovo introduced the Horizon Table PC, a computer with a 27 inch touchscreen display which you can use as an enormous tablet or all-in-one desktop.
The Flex 20 is a bit like a smaller version with a 20 inch, 1600 x 900 pixel display, and like its bigger sibling it ships with Lenovo’s “Aura” software which offers a touch-friendly user experience for table-sized computers, and support for multi-user apps such as board games.
It’ll be available with up to an Intel Core i7 Haswell processor, 8GB Of RAM, and 500GB of storage.
The computer has a 3-hour battery (designed more to let you use the Flex 20 around the house than to take it to a coffee shop), weighs 7.72 pounds, and measures just about 0.8 inches thick.
While the Flex 20 is the first all-in-one desktop to wear the Flex name, it joins Lenovo’s recently introduced Flex 14 and Flex 15 laptops which are multi-mode computers that you can use as notebooks or presentation-style computers with the screens folded back to face away from the keyboard.