Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon 27″ Table PC
It looks like a gigantic tablet! Well, I suppose that’s what the Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon looks like- but it’s quite a bit more than that.
This 27″ Table PC is basically a desktop computer that when folded flat, turns into a table top PC. I have to admit, after playing with it for a couple of hours, it’s pretty cool.
Here’s the specs again. You may have seen it in our previous post when we first got this table-top PC.
Processor: Intel Core I5 – 1.8 GHz Hard Drive: 1TB 5400 HDD
RAM: 8BG DDR3 Memory Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT620M 2GB
OS: Windows 8 Screen Size: 27-inches
Type: All in One PC Size: 27.18 x 16. 94 x 1.17 inches
Weight: 18.95 lb Price: $1,400- $1,800
This thing is no iPad though, when it comes to weight. It’s big and a bit too heavy for me to lug around from room to room. But it does have a battery that lets you play without being tied to a plug. And that’s where this thing really does get its cool factor. If pushed all the way flat, it automatically launches Lenovo’s Aura tabletop user interface. This is when the tablet turns into a giant game board! And there’s tons of games to choose from. I especially loved the old-school air hockey and monopoly, complete with a pair of dice and game pieces.
The little one loved it! After awhile though, his drool was getting in the way so I had to keep a handy wipe rag nearby. LOL! And by the way, there were plenty of educational apps for him to check out too.
I was a little disappointed with the battery life however. After a couple of hours of major play time and graphic-intensive games, it seemed in need of a charge. It also didn’t have a DVD slot and there were only two USB ports. I have a feeling they’ll improve that on the next round.
All in all, I liked it. The price seems a bit high but when you consider that it’s a complete PC (Windows8), it’s comparable to any other desktop that’s out there on the market. It might just be a funner alternative to the traditional “Family Home Computer” you’ve been thinking of getting.
Check it out and let me know what you think. Would you consider this for your home? Leave me some comments below and let me know!
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For a decade of Thanksgivings, you could find me on a set in a TV studio. I was a TV Shopping host. I’ve been on QVC, Shop At Home, Jewelry Television, and ShopNBC on various holidays over the years. One of my most memorable moments took place on Thanksgiving Day 2003.
My daughter, Merrill, had just turned four years old. I was a host at Shop At Home, a national shopping network based in Nashville, TN. I was presenting jewelry live on television and the management team agreed to let me bring my daughter to work that day. Okay, the truth is, I can’t remember if her visit was approved. I was a single mom and had no family in the area – so my daughter came to work with me. The crew agreed to keep her occupied (or hide her – again, my memory does not include the station management’s stand on the idea) while I offered jewelry for two hours on television. The family I found at Shop at Home was extra-ordinary. The directors, producers, production assistants and event the phone bank operators were instrumental in making our live shows run smoothly. Back in 2003, the phone bank was actually IN the studio, so I could see the folks taking the calls while I was live on air.
On Thanksgiving morning 2003, my sweet little blonde girl was sitting on her blanket on the side of the live set, mesmerized by a monitor with the famous parade playing on it. Devina was in charge of the set that morning and she and the team graciously agreed to help me with my daughter. The Network offered a catered turkey dinner as a treat for the crew and phone operators. Merrill has always loved pumpkin pie. In an effort to please our pint-sized guest with the traditional dessert, Devina left Merrill watching the parade for just a few moments.
The words didn’t register right away – until I saw my little angel walking toward me – I heard her sweet little voice say the now infamous words…… “Mommy, I have to go potty”.
My face turned red and I started laughing. I could hardly speak. The feeling was a whirlwind mix of fear that I might get fired, and parental embarrassment topped with partial amusement. Devina came running on to the set and whisked Merrill away.
My mother was watching the show on her TV in her Iowa home. She said she didn’t understand what Merrill said, she simply saw me bust into laughter and the scene made her want to laugh too. My mom wasn’t alone. The phone lines went crazy with folks from all over the country asking to buy the bracelet as well as take part in our Shop At Home “family” moment. I will never forget it.
In 2005, our Shop At Home family got bigger. Chef Emeril Lagasse of the Food Network and I co-hosted a show called “From Emeril’s Kitchen”. We had great fun! Emeril is a joy to work with and we share a love of family. By coincidence, our daughters have the same name! His little girl is Meril and you already know my gal is Merrill. Emeril and I cooked many dishes together and even featured his son EJ and my daughter together on a show. I had the honor and privilege of visiting the Food Network test kitchens in New York City while the Emeril Smoker was prepped for our show. Part of my job was to taste the food. Rough – I know. We offered the Emeril smoker and I loved the hickory taste of the turkeys we roasted in the studio. Hickory is also used for Andouille sausage – an Emeril favorite. I am sharing one of my favorite “post” Thanksgiving recipes for those who have left over turkey and want to give it a little kick. This recipe is from Emeril Lagasse and was featured in one of his shows. Please visit www.emerils.com for more recipes and great ideas and watch for his smoker and other products on HSN, in Macys and more.
Gobble Gobble and happy Thanksgiving from She Diddy!
Emeril’s Turkey Andouille Gumbo Recipe
1 1/2 cups flour
1 1/2 cups oil
1 cup chopped onions
1/2 cup chopped green bell pepper
1/2 cup chopped celery
1 tablespoon chopped garlic
2 cups sliced Andouille sausage
2 quarts stock
2 bay leaves
Salt and cayenne
2 cups shredded cooked turkey meat
Steamed rice, for serving
Chopped scallions, for garnish
In a large soup pot slowly heat oil and flour together over low heat, stirring constantly, until it becomes a nutty brown color and is very fragrant; be careful not to burn. Add onions, pepper and celery and cook, stirring, 4 minutes. Add garlic and Andouille and cook 5 minutes, until some fat releases from sausage. Add stock, bay leaf, 2 teaspoons salt, cayenne and Creole spice to taste. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 1 hour. Add turkey and simmer 30 minutes more. Adjust seasonings and serve with hot steamed rice and a generous sprinkle of green onions.
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Yup, you may never have to hear the flight attendant scold you about “Turning off your electronic devices” or say “We’ve now reached 10,000 feet so you can switch on your electronic devices but be sure to put them on airplane mode”. The time has finally come for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to consider lifting the ban on Mobile Phone use on air planes! That’s awesome! Or is it?
I’m feeling a little conflicted about this. While I’m definitely in support of our ability to use our tablets during flights, including take offs and landings, I’m on the fence about being able to use your cell phone.
Couldn’t you just see it/hear it now? That stinky stranger who happens to sit next to you on the plane, may now be that VERY LOUD, stinky stranger sitting next to you on the plane. And you may be subjected to hearing their conversations about their awful personal life….for HOURS!
The proposal will be discussed in an open meeting in December. Afterwards they will allow for public comment. FCC chairman Tom Wheeler said Thursday that it’s important for the FCC to keep up with changing technology. ”Modern technologies can deliver mobile services in the air safely and reliably, and the time is right to review our outdated and restrictive rules,” he said in a statement. “I look forward to working closely with my colleagues, the FAA, and the airline industry on this review of new mobile opportunities for consumers.”
Actually, the FCC considered this rule change in the past. There was a similar proposal back in 2004, but after flight attendants and several others lobbied against it, proposed rule changes were dropped. At the time they ultimately said it lacked enough technical information to change the rules. There was a lot of talk about anticipating how so many people would get into fights due to extreme rudeness when it comes to how they talk on their phones. Oh boy! C’mon people…really?!
Just note that even though the proposed rule changes will make it possible for these services to be accessed in-flight, the FCC will not force airlines to allow people to talk on their phones or use cellular data services while in the air. Airlines may still impose restrictions on usage. I have a feeling the airlines will use this to their advantage somehow and create a seating area designated for phone users. And you can bet, that will come with a price!
Where do you stand on this….do you think people will get into fights over phone etiquette or lack thereof on airplanes? AND would you PAY for the privilege of sitting in the “Non-CellPhone section”? I’d love to hear what you think! Leave me some comments below.
The Kingston MobileLite
As a mom and a serial picture/video taker, I seem to never have enough room on my phone for anything else like movies or TV shows. Does that ever happen to you? And now, as I get ready for a vacation, including a long plane ride, I need a solution to my problem of not having enough space! That’s where the Kingston MobileLite wireless comes in.
MobileLite is small, about the same size as my iPhone 5, but it packs quite the punch in storage and features.
First thing, download their app and then go to the wireless settings of your mobile device and connect to the MobileLite WiFi network. From there, you can wirelessly transfer any photos or videos you want from your devices. Don’t worry, it’s password protected so no worries on privacy and security. You can also browse all the content you’ve stored on the MobileLite! Here’s where it gets really helpful. Load up your Kingston with movies before heading on a trip. You can wirelessly connect your kids’ devices and they can watch up to 3 different movies… at the same time! You can also tap into its contents whether it’s on an SD card or a USB flash drive inserted to the reader.
You know how much I love how-to videos on youtube….Kingston has a bunch of easy tutorials on how maximize its goodies on their YouTube Channel.
This thing has a battery life that covers up to 5 hours or more. It has a LED indicator that lets you know how full the battery is. If the light is red, the battery is 25% full or less , if it’s orange, the battery is 50%, and if the lighting is green its 50% to fully charged.The Kingston MobileLite gets charged by connecting through a USB port.
Here’s one other bonus I really like. This can also work as an emergency charger for your phone. Sometimes you just can’t get to a plug when you most need it! Like the airport for instance. It’s great to have as a back up charger for sure!
Even though its a bit thicker, wider and longer than an iPhone it’s super lightweight and worth it to carry around. And while it definitely works for you iOS users, it seems to have a couple of more bells and whistles for you Android users. (Hmm… another reason for me perhaps to finally make the switch?!)
By the way, make sure you’ve already downloaded the app before turning the MobileLite on. It will connect quickly after that– via wifi with your devices.
It’s available in 64GB and 128GB. Price-wise…its worth it (at least to me). I’ve seen prices starting at $45 up to $70 online, but make sure you buy it from a reputed seller.
Check it out then let me know what you think if it.
All-in-one PCs have been around for a while now and with their sleek, modern design and space-saving form factor, the market has responded very well and is one of the fastest growing segments of the PC market. However Lenovo has taken AIO concept a step further with its IdeaCentre Horizon line. This beautiful 27″ multi-touch screen PC has a little trick up its sleeve – it can lay completely flat on a table. The Windows 8 touch screen interface along with this PC’s horizontal orientation lends itself to some interesting interaction that’s pretty novel.
Lenovo IdeaCentre All In One Horizon 27 Table PC
Processor: Intel Core I5 – 1.8 GHz
Hard Drive: 1TB 5400 HDD
RAM: 8BG DDR3 Memory
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT620M 2GB
OS: Windows 8
Screen Size: 27-inches
Type: All in One PC
Size: 27.18 x 16.
94 x 1.17 inches
From the front, the Horizon 27 Table PC looks like a giant tablet. The 27-inch glossy display is surrounded by an inch of shiny black bezel, which in turn is wrapped in a band of black matte plastic. It’s heavy and well-made design looks striking sitting on a desk or table. Our review machine came with an Intel Core i5 processor with NVIDIA GeForce GT620M graphics and 8GB of RAM. Which was more than adequate to handle standard home use tasks.
The system really starts to shine when you lay the Horizon on it’s back, the PC will automatically enter the Aura user interface. When Aura opens, you will be presented with a little circle in the middle of a large background. On the circle are the options of Apps, Games, Music, Video, Photo, Education, and Lenovo App Shop. There are a limited assortment of games and apps that come preloaded. Two notable games that we found particularly enjoyable were air hockey and family favorite Monopoly. It actually was very fun to see the little game pieces in Monopoly animate across the screen. The computer also comes with some game controller accessories like two small joysticks that can suction cup on to the screen for movement, paddles and also a six sided die that can be used in the casino games.
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We are live at ClubMomMe’s Family Fall Fest. A great family event here in beautiful Malibu! I am speaking on a technology panel at 2-3 pm PST.
As we get closer to gifting season…you might want to keep this in mind for the major gamer in your life. You might not be able to get him the sports car he wants, but you can get him the ferrari of all game consoles!
This is the Chronos PC from Origin. First of all it’s beautiful. It’s Sleek and totally sexy. Right out of the box it’s impressive. Heck the box looks like it’s a piece of furniture they’d feature on HGTV. There’s no doubt about it, everything about this PC is beyond first class. Take a look at the clear window that lets you see the graphics card and LED lighting.
Speaking of the graphics card…here’s the specs that matter:
Chronos uses a 120GB Corsair Neutron SSD for a main drive, and then packs in a 7200 RPM, and it comes with a 1TB storage drive.. which is upgradeable too if that’s not enough.
Processor: Intel Core i7 4770K Quad-Core (4.5GHz-4.8GHz), 8MB Cache, overclocked to 4.4 Ghz
Graphics Card: Single NVIDIA GeForce GTX EVGA GTX 690 Graphics Card
Memory: 8GB Corsair Vengeance 1866Mhz (2x4GB)
Windows: Genuine MS Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit Edition
Hard Drive: 120GB Corsair Neutron GTX
Hard Drive 2: 1TB SATA 6.0Gb/s, 7200RPM, 32MB Cache
Optical Drive: 24X CD/DVD Burner (DVD+/-RW) w/double layer write capability
Don’t let its size fool you, this compact machine is streamlined and will run anything you throw at it. Not to mention fits pretty perfectly where ever you put it.
Speed wise, this thing is fast. Actually, Out of the 10 fastest cars in the world the ferrari comes in at around 10th… Origin’s chronos is more like the Bugatti Veyron. Oh yeah, look it up!
After a while, any powerful gaming PC will generate heat. No problem here with their internal liquid cooling system they’ve designed. Its whisper quiet fans draw in cool air while clearing out the hot air. This will make sure you get peak performance and stability. Nothing worse than playing at your best and overheating.
Price wise, The Chronos tower starts at 1200 plus the monitor. Yes its a lot more than many other consoles combined, but if you combine all of what comes with this box, it’s 24/7 phone and online support…I mean, every customer has their own dedicated support team here in the U.S…. Definitely no overseas frustrations if you need to be walked through any part of the unit. With all that super customer service, you have a product that is very hard to beat in the market today.
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Maria’s Monday through GoogleGlass
This Monday I took #Glass with me from start to finish! Have you ever wondered what time we morning news people have to get up? Get to the station and get ready for the early morning news block? Well, here is my morning story!
Mondays are generally tough to get your motor running, but it was a little extra slow for me on this particular start to the work-week. Check out how things shape up from my 3:06am wakeup call to running into the makeup and hair chair….to work in the newsroom and the news studio and then back home again.
It’s a behind-the-scenes look at my day through GoogleGlass!
Disclaimer: My office doesn’t usually look like that….
Moms, do you remember those first days of going back to work after you had your baby? I do and it was awful! It still is actually, really tough to be away for so much of their day, feels like I miss out on so much. These days, I feel a little bit better about it, mainly because of my Philips inSight home monitor.
This little camera is helping me stay a bit more connected. I got this not too long ago and I have to tell you, it’s helped me deal with my mommy guilt.
This is a wireless way of keeping an eye on your baby while you’re at work. Or anywhere else for that matter. All you need is wifi access at home and basically a good 3G connection or wifi while you’re out.
It’s pretty easy to hook up. Just find a place to put the camera. Turn it on and sync it with your iOs device. And you do that with a QR code from your iphone or ipad facing the camera. I’ve found that the closer you are to your router during your initial setup, the better. After you’ve synced it, you can move the camera anywhere. Just go through the simple instructions and Voila, I get a peek at my living room, which, let’s face it is now the baby’s domain. You can access the video stream from your iPhone or iPad anywhere in the world over Edge, 3G and wireless networks instantly. You can also watch from your computer.
Other than the a/c plug for the camera, no other hard wiring necessary. Anyone can do it. Even you!
And if you’re worried about someone hacking in and watching what you’re doing at home…, Philips says they use highly secure encryption to provide you with privacy at all times. Be sure to pick a strong password and be sure to change it every few months.
It does take a little time to set up, but once you have it up, it helps you keep an eye on what’s going on at home. Price-wise, it’s about $120 dollars. The two pack, which I wish I had gotten as I would love to add a second camera that looks outside in the yard, is about 200 plus tax.
And yes….. our sitter knows the camera is there.
Let me know how you’re staying connected to your little one(s). Do you have a home monitoring system? If so, which one is it and how do you like it?
Have you taken the pledge yet? If you haven’t, it’s time to do it now! It’s so disturbing to see so many people still texting and driving. I see it practically everyday as I’m out walking with my little one. In fact we’ve been almost hit a few times by people distracted by their phone while driving. Please take the time to take the pledge today.
That’s what American Idols, Aubrey Cleland, Paul Jolley and Devin Valez did as they talked to teens at the YMCA in Boyle Heights in Downtown L.A. about the Dangers of Texting While Driving.
Millions of people have taken the #ItCanWait pledge since AT&T launched its National Anti-Texting While Driving campaign in 2009. But yet we still see so many people doing it on the road. Next time you’re on the freeway, take a look at the cars near you and see how many people you see doing it. It’s dangerous! And remember, just because there’s traffic which causes you to stop and go, it doesn’t mean it’s safer! Parents, in case you didn’t know, most phones come with “Drive Mode” pre-loaded, making it extremely easy for you and your teens to NOT text and drive.
Check out the website itcanwait.com with your teen drivers and watch the Wener Herzog Documentary “From One Second to the Next”. It really shows you the horrific aftermaths of the deadly and dangerous texts. This is a powerful tool that’s so far been viewed at 40,000 schools warning teens about the dangers of texting while driving.
Aubrey, Paul & Devin were joined by kids from the YMCA, an LAPD Captain and other youth supporting this cause. “I know how tempting it can be to text or tweet behind the wheel, but in the end it just isn’t worth someone’s life,” Aubrey told a young fan. “You’re not just taking your life in your hands but everyone’s on the road with you.”
Paul shared his own personal tragedy with texting and driving. “A good friend of mine was texting and going too fast around a turn. The car flipped over. He didn’t make it. Not a day goes by that I don’t think about that.”
This is the second year the Y has been involved in the #ItCanWait campaign and the kids not only gathered 2,500 pledges from local Boyle Heights teens, they produced their very own It Can Wait PSA.
MLT encourages all our readers to take the pledge at www.itcanwait.com, watch the documentary and pass the word on to your family and friends.
Thanks for taking part of this very important campaign!
A day out with Maria Quiban in Beverly Hills and WeeSpring.com event. It’s a rare mommy afternoon off, out for mani/pedis at “The Private Room” Salon.
“I’ve decided to start vlogging part of my days so I can share with you a little bit of what this working mom goes through. Every mom has a different reality and I love seeing how others manage their time and manage to “do it all”. It’s a great way to pick up some tips, share some of the successes and also the struggles. It helps to know that you’re not alone! Hope mine can be the same for you.
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Today, everyone’s got a movie camera. Whether it’s on your smartphone, or your regular point and shoot to a more pricey DSLR. But how do you make your kids birthday or graduation movies stand out? It’s surprisingly easy. Watch as USA Today Talking Tech host Jeff Graham shares some of his easy to remember tricks of the trade.
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Samsung took the wraps off of two products at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin today that really caught our eye here at MLT.
First up, a slightly larger and more refined Galaxy Note. The Note 3 gets a slight facelift in design. It’s a little narrower and taller than the previous model and sports a 5.7-inch AMOLED 1080p screen and an attractive leather-like plastic battery cover. Here some basic specs:
US ship date was not announced but look for it sometime in October. Engadget has a great hands on preview of the device.
A more interesting product came in the form of a new wearable device – a Smart Watch. I know what ya thinkin… haven’t we seen this before? Well, yes but Samsung thinks it has a more elegant solution. Samsung says it has focused on features that would let users keep their phones in their pockets, or avoid having to touch either the phone or the watch altogether. Users can make hands-free calls directly from the Gear, as well as dictate e-mail, set alarms and check the weather solely with their voices.
At $299 not sure I’ll buy it but I can’t wait to try it out at least! Here’s Engadget’s hands-on video.
Hopefully, we’ll get a chance to play with these two soon!
Maria Quiban sat down with YouTube star Carlie Stylez, (Carly Butler) after shooting an episode of the “Love Nest” at Maker Studios (check it out here ) to talk about her show, her life as a mom and being a Youtube sensation.
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Did you know that there are over 10 million pets lost every year? Our “Mom on the Go”, Shawn Brennan found a new gadget that will stop your 4 legged loved ones from getting away.
It’s called the Tagg Pet Tracker. Its like GPS for your dog!
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Serial entrepreneur, founder of Tesla Motors and SpaceX Elon Musk, took the wraps off of his vision for high speed travel. In a nutshell, the Hyperloop a large pneumatic system that would transport people via aluminum pods enclosed inside of steel tubes. Musk describes the design as ”a cross between a Concord, a rail gun and an air hockey table.” These tubes would be mounted on columns 50 to 100 yards apart, and the pods inside would travel up to 800 miles per hour. That means you could travel from LA to San Francisco in under 30 minutes.
Musk estimates the Hyperloop system would cost under $6 billion, which is quite a bargain compared to the “several tens of billion proposed for the track of the California rail project. And keep in mind that California’s “high speed” rail project tops out at less than 200 MPH.
Check out the plans on Musk’s blog here
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#StaplesHasIt Back to School Tech Twitter|Hangout Party
Topic: Chances are your young kids love to play games on their tablets or even your smartphone, and your teens and college students rely on technology to stay in touch with friends. But as they head back to school, keep in mind technology can also help students discover the joy of learning, and keep them on track with their schoolwork.
Luckily, our friends at Staples make it easy for moms – and students – to find the right technology and stay connected online this back-to-school season, with great deals on the latest laptops and tablets, easy-to-use devices, and a full range of tech services.
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