CES 2022: What to expect from the world’s biggest tech show of the year

CES 2022: What to expect from the world’s biggest tech show of the year

the annual consumer tech show in Las Vegas, provides a peek into the future, but it’s also a launchpad for plenty of products that will never see the light of the day.

CES 2022 is upon us, but the world’s biggest tech show is going to be a little different this year due to increasing cases of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 in the US and other parts of the world. Although CES has not been canceled, this year’s event will still take place physically in Las Vegas. Even though GoogleIntelLenovo, Amazon, and other big names in tech won’t be attending CES 2022 due to health concerns, the show will go on. This year’s conference is expected to be the venue for the next-generation processors, innovative laptops and big-screen TVs with better visuals and new display tech.  Expect more off-beat gadgets from small-and medium-sized companies, especially in the health tech space.

When is CES 2022?

CES is the annual consumer electronic show in Las Vegas. Every year CES takes place in Vegas, a show that spans at least three venues and multiple events spreading across the city. CES 2022 runs from Wednesday, Jan 5 through Saturday, Jan 7. However, the conference actually begins a day early on Jan 4 — also known as “Media Day” before the show floors even open. Expect a flood of announcements from major tech players, including Dell and Intel, as they give keynotes to the press.

Who can attend CES 2022?

CES is not open to the general public, as this is a trade-only event. Only those who are 18 years and above with associations with the consumer electronics industry can attend the event. For members of the press, CES is free to attend. From the very beginning, event is more to do with showing off the latest tech innovations to media. Analysts, and having a conversation around the tech or product before it hits the market.

What will be announced at the event?

Event is all about concept devices, mainstream laptops, big-screen TVs, automobiles, home entertainment, and smart home. At event 2022, Intel, AMD, and Nvidia are rumoured to announce new processors and GPUs. Last year, Intel debuted its 12th generation ‘Alder Lake’ desktop processors. Logically, at this year’s even, the chip titan will likely debut the mobile processors for gaming and high-performance laptops. AMD too is expected to announce its Zen 4 Ryzen processors at event 2022. Both companies compete with each other in the crucial semiconductor space. Nvidia, meanwhile, is said to launch the GeForce RTX 3050 and RTX 3090 Ti desktop GPUs.

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