One of my favorite things I get to do with my kids is play games like Othello or UNO or Candy Land. But between my daughter's Kindle Fire, my son's Nintendo DS, my wife's Chromebook and my iPad mini, sometimes it can feel like we're all buried in our own screens. As it turns out, tech can actually help bring the family together.
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Lenovo deserves a lot of credit for the innovation inside the IdeaCentre Horizon 27. This table PC includes a huge touchscreen and its own battery, allowing you to place it right in the middle of the living room. The Horizon comes multiple fun accessories, including a pair of eDice and a Striker for playing games like Monopoly and AirHockey. We also love how you can pull up family photos and music with a tap of Lenovo's slick Aura interface.
Don't have $1,699 to spend on a new PC? Try Twister for the Xbox Kinect ($49.99) or other diversions like the Zapped editions of Monopoly and The Game of Life that interact with the iPad ($24.99 to $29.99).
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