We're seated. We've got about 3 minutes to go!
Get ready for some #TechWorld2016 liveblogging!
all seated in some mildly uncomfortable seats in the auditorium
We've got Andrew on pics today, and Daniel Bader's gonna be on words.
(unless the photos are bad, then it's Phil on photos)
Nope. We're officially 1 minute late. :p
Video of Lenovo awesomness on the screen now.
Lots of dominoes and paint and Lenovo!
Hostess on the ground is welcoming everyone to Techworld 2016.
Lenovo CEO Yuanquing Yang coming on stage now. "Good morning, San Francisco."
Today happens to be the dragon boat festival in China. Let me say something to our Chinese guests. (Speaking in Chinese now.)
This event created a lot of buzz for us. I received a lot of advice of what to do. I was told how to give a speech. How to dress.
And I was told to launch something pretty exciting. Well, we'll get to that!
Today is more than just about the products we're launching. It's about sharing our new vision for Lenovo. For technology.
Over the past 2 years Lenovo has been transforming. To expand beyond our core PC business.
Lots riding on this announcement today, says CEO Yuanquing Yang.
As we are heading towards the Age of IoT, everything can be connected.
Lenovo is focused on customer-centricity, because the company needs to focus on so many different scenarios.
Customers need devices that are not just connected to the cloud, but do everything in every situation.
Lenovo's strength, he says, is integrating traditional devices with cloud innovation.
Devices will become entry points for diverse and exciting new content and services.
Five key kinds of connectivity, which was discussed at the last Tech World.
1. People connected to devices, and making it easier to do so.