Lenovo has made the IdeaCentre A720 all-in-one that we saw at CES this year available for sale. The articulating, 10-point, 27-inch multi-touch display is certainly the A720's most prominent feature, and in its base configuration the A720 comes with a Core i7-3610QM Ivy Bridge processor, 8GB of DDR3 RAM, as well as a 1TB hard drive. The only upgrades on Lenovo's web store are a $100 TV tuner option or a 64GB SSD TV tuner combo for $250 more.
The $1,849 base price of the A720 is considerably higher than the $1,299 price point that Lenovo gave us at CES, but with a movable multi-touch display and an Ivy Bridge processor the additional expense seems justified. The A720 is $100 more expensive than its nearest competitor, the 27 inch iMac, but with Windows 8 right around the corner that might be an investment worth making.