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Trials Evolution developer behind three games designed exclusively for Lenovo's IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC

Redlynx bring three games to the Horizon

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.

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