It has a 27-inch screen, 10-finger capacitive multitouch, an aluminium body and a 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.
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 1TB 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 aluminium 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 $US1300. [Lenovo]