CES 2018 Preview

The 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (aka CES 2018) is just around the corner and techies couldn’t be more excited. Starting January 9th, in Las Vegas, Nevada, the event promises to not disappoint. While there, attendees will be introduced to the latest in smartphones, televisions, laptops, smart speakers, drones, cameras, and more.

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The show will kick off with two days of press-only events. First will be a presentation by computer chip maker Nvidia on Sunday. Monday, Sony, Panasonic, LG, and Samsung will showcase their upcoming wares. Many are hoping that Samsung, the maker of the bendable T.V., will unveil its rumored bendable cellphone. However, that may be unlikely. The real money is on the company showing off their 150-inch MicroLED television.

Who Else Will Be At CES 2018?

  • Google
  • Asus
  • HP
  • Lenova
  • Toyota
  • Intel
  • And many more

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What Can Be Expected To Be On Display at CES 2018?

Attendees will find all the latest that tech companies have to offer—and plan to offer. As per usual, there will be plenty of other playful gadgets—big and small—to peruse. At the top of many individuals’ lists are what is trending right now. Currently, there is much anticipation about upcoming advances in augmented reality (AR), health technology, and self-driving cars.

Of course, there will be many high-tech products, such as the OrCam MyEye 2.0, which reads to the visually impaired. There’s also a code-teaching robot called Root that instructs users on how to write everything from simple code to more complex languages. And Nissan will be there with their already-unveiled, futuristic, brain-to-vehicle tech for automobiles. Also, look for plenty of customized headphones, fitness wearables, and smartphone tech like cellphone lookup software.

CES 2018 International Consumer Electronics Show

Date: 1/9/2018 – 1/12/2018
Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC), Las Vegas NV, United States

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CES isn’t quite the spectacle it used to be. Many companies today are unveiling their products at solo events—like Apple has done over the decade. However, this giant trade show still packs them in and attracts the who’s who in tech production every single time.

If you’re looking to attend, keep in mind, CES is a trade-only event. It’s completely closed to the general public. However, there will be plenty of updates throughout the week. Check back here for more on the show and the latest technologies.