CES, or the Consumer Electronics Show, is a convention that takes in Las Vegas, and is used by technology companies from all over to show off the newest, grandest, or even craziest technology that could potentially be coming out soon. From computers with the fastest processors, to phones with more capabilities, and much more. CES is the place to go for the latest tech.
The show has a long history, and has grown substantially through the years. Once a haven for gamers and computer nerds, it’s become so much more than that. If it’s an interesting piece of technology, or just seems like an interesting use of tech, CES is a perfect place to show it off. But also, it’s become famous for keynote speeches about technology, and advancements in the field. Many legendary tech gurus, game designers, and builders have take the CES stage and made history.
Numbers wise, CES gets a lot of people roaming through its halls, this years show is expected to have 165,000 attendees, include 2.4 million square feet of exhibitions, and attract some 7,000 reporters from over 150 countries.
CES 2017 takes place in Las Vegas from January 5-8, and the first keynote speaker has been revealed. It’ll be Nvidia CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang. The company is famous for computer graphics chips, and much more. They keynote itself will take place on January 4th at 6:40 Pacific Time at The Venetian, Level 5, Palazzo Ballroom, and will truly kickoff the show. No word as of yet as to what the keynote will be about, but more news may be coming soon.
Be sure to stay tuned for any and all big news coming out of CES.