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CES 2017: Dates, Schedule, Registration & Ticket Info

CES 2017 dates, ces schedule

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Technological innovators will put their products on display January 3-8 in Las Vegas, Nevada for the annual Consumer Electronics Show. With more than 150 countries represented every year, the show draws more than 165,000 attendees and holds over 300 conference sessions. Due to its ownership by the Consumer Technology Association, the show brings some of the most powerful business owners and masterminds to discuss issues and ideas. The event has been held annually for 50 years and has given the world several everyday products and software. Find all of the details on CES 2017 below.


CES 2017 Details

Name: Consumer Electronics Show 2017
Dates: January 3-8, 2017
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada


CES 2017 Full Schedule

Here is a link to the full CES 2017 schedule. Media day starts January 3 at 1:00 P.M. PST and concludes the evening of January 8. Find some of the noteworthy attendees during the following slots:

Tuesday, January 3

Fiat Chrysler

At 1:00 P.M. PST, we will get additional details on the Portal, the first electric vehicle from Chrysler. Stream live here.

Qualcomm

Expected to be one of the more traditional press conferences this year, Qualcomm will speak on Snapdragon 835, their flagship processor. Don’t expect an appearance from Big Bird this year.


Wednesday, January 4

BMW

Bright and early, BMW will showcase their HoloActive Touch gesture control system at 6:30 A.M. PST. Additionally, they promised a glimpse “into the interior of the future,” and “trailblazing concepts and revolutionary technology.” Hmm.

LG

Starting at 8:00 A.M. PST, LG is expected to release the showing of the new OLED TVs. This is one of the more anticipated showings but is not a slam dunk to be announced. However, LG has already announced the showing of their robot vacuum cleaner, refrigerator, air conditioner, washing machine, wearable neck speaker, and 360 camera. Much to see here.

Toyota

Live at 1:00 P.M. PST, Toyota says they will feature a vehicle concept that points t0 the “critical importance of UX in the development of highly automated vehicles and robots.” Tune in for more details here, live.

Sony

Nothing is certain on this end, but Sony could also unveil their OLED TVs and additionally their new 4k Xperia smartphone. Their show will begin at 5:00 P.M. PST.

Samsung

The press conference will start at 2:00 P.M. PST and could include the expected U.S. prices for the new Galaxy A mid-range handsets. It’s rumored their Galaxy S8 announcement will be held for Mobile World Congress later in the year, but this event could show off new technology in foldable screens.


Thursday, January 5

Dell

Dell will take the stage at 2:00 P.M. PST and unveil their 2-in-1 version of the XPS laptop. This is known because it was already leaked on Dell’s website. Price of the new product can be purchased starting January 5 for $1,000.

Deloitte & Touche LLP

Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon have enticed many to “cut the cord” and stream all television viewership. Erin Scanlon will speak at 9:00 A.M. PST to discuss options from a la carte to bundle premiums.

T-Mobile

11:00 A.M. PST the show will begin with “Uncarrier Next” to be discussed. They have kept what exactly that means under wraps, so this will be the time and place to find out.


CES Registration

If you wish to register for the event, do so here. You will have to provide an email address and set up an account with a password.


Ticket Info

To buy tickets, follow this link where purchasing is available. Stubhub and other websites do not offer admission so you will have to do so from the main website. You will have to create an account if you have not already done so. Prices vary between $400 to $700 depending on packaging offers.

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Peter ForseeCOED Writer
Peter Forsee is an aspiring sports writer with a strong interest in MLB, NFL and NCAA college football. He has experience covering collegiate baseball as both a writer and broadcaster in his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. Peter is a graduate of the University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Science degree in Parks, Recreation and Tourism emphasizing in Sport Management.
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