Redlynx, the Ubisoft studio best known for its work on Trials Evolution, is teaming up with Lenovo to create three games exclusively for the IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC, a 27-inch widescreen all-in-one desktop machine.
The family friendly games — DrawRace2: Racing Evolved (multi-touch, multi-user racing game), King of Opera (a social game) and Raiding Company (a dual-stick shooter) — will come pre-loaded on the Horizon Table PC and will be offered exclusively for free on the device.
The Horizon Table PC is being shown at CES this week and boasts a 27-inch, 1080p 10-finger touchscreen and Intel's Core i7 processors. According to The Verge's hands-on with the device, the primarily Windows 8 table PC is 1.06 inches thick and weighs 17 pounds.
The device also comes pre-loaded with other games like Monopoly and Air Hockey.
The Horizon will be available in "early summer" and will start at $1,699.