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Lenovo's A720 Might Be the Multitouch All-In-One PC We've All Dreamed Of

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27-inch screen. 10-finger capacitive multitouch. Aluminum body. Fully articulating screen that folds to your liking. If there was ever a touchscreen all-in-one that had all the elements to succeed, Lenovo's A720 might be it.

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The A720's is powered by a Intel core processor and screen that goes from 90 degrees (standing upright) to -5 degrees (flat). It also stashes a 1 TB hard drive, a Blu-ray drive, TV tuner, and USB ports away in the base. The build quality of the A720 is especially impressive, as the aluminum gives it a solid, premium feel. And the screen is more responsive than the IR technology used in other touchscreen all-in-ones, such as HP's Touchsmart. Lenovo expects to start selling the A720 in the first half of 2012 at an estimated $1300. [Lenovo]

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grendelthing
grendelthing

What's the screen resolution? If it's a measly 1080 horizontal, it's gonna be a hell of a disappointment, just like the Vizio. Say whatever you want about Apple, the iMac hardware is in it's own class compared to just about every other AIO on the market. I'm more of a Windows guy but since I can install that on an iMac, I would rather have it with it's 2560x1440 resolution. This 1080 stuff is marketing BS for a bunch yahoos that don't know any better.