2. Making it easier for devices to connect to each other. Your stove talks to your fridge, and so on.
3. Connecting devices to the network, so they are connected seamlessly at either high speed, or low cost.
4. Connecting your device to your personal data to make it easy to retrieve data wherever you are.
5. Connecting devices with apps and services to create a holistic experience for your needs.
Lenovo is able to integrate its devices to the cloud better than any other company.
Device innovation is integral to Lenovo: looking at an oil wing to build a silent fan. Wow.
Dropping the phone onto the carpeted floor. It still works. "I'm not impressed. Let's do it from a little bit higher."
Lenovo is now showing off how tough its devices are, with an unbreakable screen.
He keeps throwing the phone on the ground. This makes for good cinema!
Sorry for the brief Twitter interruption. We're back now!
Lenovo wants to make the "hinge" on the Lenovo Yoga disappear.
Meghan McCarthy, YouTube star, is on stage showcasing a bendable phone. Awesome.
(Again, this is CONCEPT stuff.)
There's also a phone with a very thin hinge that folds from a tablet into a phone and back again. What a cool concept.
What else has to bend when the screen bends? How does it hold its shape when you fold back?
These are NOT products yet, but they are signs are things to come. Demos to come later!
Now talking about voice and pen input. This fall, a pen and paper interface that goes beyond "digitization".
Huh. No demo of this pen-and-paper advancement.
Lenovo IdeaCenter Y900 on stage now with Oculus Rift. Krzanich is hooked into a new game, Unbroken, by Insomniac Games.
This is a great demo... for Krzanich. Not particularly interesting for the rest of us.
The touch controllers for the Oculus Rift do seem really great and responsive. Gives the Vive controllers a run for their money.
Krzanich is actually playing CEO Yang in this multiplayer game. What is actually happening right now.
Krzanich talks about how VR is transforming and pushing gaming into another level. And all the hardware is powered by Intel's Core series.