Lenovo’s brand new home tabletop touch-screen computer called the Horizon, a product that the company dubbed the first “interpersonal computer.” It’s a computer that utilizes Windows 8’s touch-based features for multi-player gaming and multitasking with photos, music and video on the same screen. The nearly 18 pound computer can also be used as a 27-inch desktop.

“Horizon makes personal computing interpersonal computing with shared, collaborative experiences among several people,” said Peter Hortensius, president of Lenovo’s product group, according to the Daily Mail.

“Now many people can enjoy different photos, music and video on the same screen, and they can play games with our special accessories that blend physical and digital interaction,” adds Hortensius.

The computer can transform into a 27-inch desktop for those who want to use it for solitary purposes. There is one trade-off for all of those features. The Horizon Table PC contains only two hours of battery life when not connected to a wall-socket.