Friday, January 27, 2023

CES 2023: What to expect at the Consumer Electronics Show this week

The moment that tech fans around the world have been waiting for has finally arrived, with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on January 5th.

Due to the COVID pandemic, the event will be the first in-person CES at full capacity since 2020.

Held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, the event featured some of the newest products from tech giants like Amazon, Samsung and Meta.

It takes place between January 5 and 8, although most of the important announcements will be made during the last two days.

CES 2023 is set to be the first in-person, full-capacity consumer electronics show since 2020 due to the COVID pandemic.

CES 2023 attendees

– Samsung

– Amazons

– Google

– LG

Microsoft

– Sony

-Panasonic

– Asus

…and many more

“CES 2023 will harness the power of person-to-person connection to keep the engine of innovation going,” says the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), the organizer of the annual event.

‘CES is the world’s most influential technology event – a testing ground for cutting-edge technologies and global innovators.

“It’s where the world’s biggest brands do business and meet new partners, and the fastest innovators take the stage.”

Here’s everything you need to know before CES 2023 officially begins on Thursday.

What is CES?

CES is a technology trade show that takes place annually in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Usually attended by over 100,000 people, the show is often used by some of the biggest names in the industry to announce new products.

The first Consumer Electronics Show opened in New York in 1967 with 250 exhibitors and 17,500 attendees.

It was held twice a year at various times until 1998 when it was changed to once a year with Las Vegas as the permanent venue.

Ces Takes Place In January At The Las Vegas Convention Center (Pictured) In Winchester, Nevada, Usa.

CES takes place in January at the Las Vegas Convention Center (pictured) in Winchester, Nevada, USA.

Who will participate?

Over 2,800 companies have registered to participate in CES 2023, including big names Samsung, Amazon, Google, LG, Microsoft, Sony, Panasonic and Asus.

Meanwhile, Apple doesn’t attend CES, or the other big tech shows of the year, preferring to hold its own events.

Other smaller attendees include Canadian robotics firm WowWee, GreenerWave, a ‘deep tech’ startup specializing in electromagnetic wave control, and Los Angeles health tech Movano, which will showcase the AV Ring, a wearable device developed for women.

The ring can read metrics including heart rate, respiratory rate, skin temperature, period and ovulation tracking, and menstrual symptom tracking.

Av Ring, A Wearable Device Targeted At Women, Will Be Showcased At Ces 2023 By Its Maker Movano.

AV Ring, a wearable device targeted at women, will be showcased at CES 2023 by its maker Movano.

What else will be announced?

Some big companies have kept tight-lipped about what they might reveal at CES 2023, while others have released teasers.

Samsung has sent out invitations for a CES press conference at 2PM local time on January 4th, a day before the event begins.

The title of the invitation is ‘Bringing Peace to Our Connected World’.

Samsung has said that CES will be “an opportunity to share our journey together to create a sustainable and prosperous future.”

Samsung Has Already Sent Out Invites For Its Ces Press Conference With The Title

Samsung has already sent out invites for its CES press conference titled “Calming Up Our Connected World.”

Pictured Are The Controllers For The Sony Playstation Vr2 Headset For Playstation 5.  The Headset Will Be Released In February, So It Is Likely To Appear At Ces 2023

Pictured are the controllers for the Sony PlayStation VR2 headset for PlayStation 5. The headset will be released in February, so it is likely to appear at CES 2023

It will also introduce a ‘new and expanded experience’ on SmartThings, its ecosystem for internet-connected devices.

Sony, for its part, has released a video of what looks like a car with the message ‘See you in Las Vegas on January 4th’.

It is already known that the Japanese giant has partnered with compatriot Honda to produce and sell electric vehicles from 2025.

Sony’s PlayStation VR2, its new virtual reality headset for PlayStation 5, is also launching in February, so it’s likely to appear.

Asus is rumored to be releasing a 3D OLED laptop with realistic images that seem to pop out of the screen.

A video teaser The company’s report published in December with the words ‘Witness the Change’ outlines how this could happen.

Dell, HP and Lenovo are expected to reveal new 2-in-1 or gaming-focused monitors.

Amazon also has a dedicated webpage for CES 2023, though it doesn’t reveal much in terms of products.

It says it will showcase “smart homes, cars, entertainment and more”.

What is the theme for CES 2023?

The theme of this year’s fair is ‘Human Security’, which refers to basic human rights, such as access to food and health care.

“We were approached by the World Academy of Art and Science, which has been working with the United Nations for a long time on human security,” CTA senior vice president Kinsey Fabrizio told The Associated Press.

“They wanted CES to really use this theme as our exhibitors showing how they are solving some of these big global challenges with technology.”

Fabrizio also said that the metaverse will be “a major theme” in immersive and shared virtual experiences, while there will be a dedicated part of the show floor for Web3.

Ces Will Return To Las Vegas In January 2023 In Hopes That It Will Be Closer To What It Looked Like Before The Pandemic

CES will return to Las Vegas in January 2023 in hopes that it will be similar to what it looked like before the pandemic

Web3 is a term for the third stage of development of the World Wide Web, which includes blockchain, digital currencies, non-fungible tokens, and more.

The organization expects CES 2023 to attract over 100,000 attendees, up from 40,000 in 2022 due to the impact of COVID.

CES 2022 ended a day ahead of schedule and several companies, including Amazon, Google and Meta, did not attend in person.

CES 2022 saw a 70 percent drop in in-person attendance amid the proliferation of Omicron variants.

The old one was conducted virtually, replacing in-person screen and get-togethers with video streams and chats.

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One of the biggest sections of the 2022 fair is transportation, with a focus on electric and autonomous vehicles.

In addition to consumer electronics, new vehicles displayed included a prototype electric SUV from Sony and a LiDAR-based braking system.

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