By Brian Krassenstein Via 3DPrint
As the 3D printing market expands both from a consumer as well as a manufacturer’s standpoint, we are sure to see some of the larger tech companies get involved in one way on another. In fact, this is already beginning to occur as large corporations such as Microsoft, HP, and Autodesk have already stepped foot into the rapidly expanding market.
This last week another large multinational corporation, Lenovo, revealed their plans to enter the space via their new online brand Shenqi. Lenovo, based in China, has made a name for themselves within the smartphone, laptop, tablet, and desktop PC markets, but with companies like Apple dominating in many of those areas, Lenovo is now looking towards other up and coming markets for growth.
On Thursday, May 28, the first ever Lenovo Tech World Conference took place in Beijing, China. On hand was Yang Yuanqing, CEO of Lenovo, in addition to CEOs from numerous other large corporations such as Intel, Microsoft and Baidu. The conference served as a platform for Lenovo to show off new products as well as demonstrate several conceptual products that they have been working on, which they believe will change the way people interact with technology on a daily basis.