One of the biggest tech conventions across the globe, CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2021 is going to kick off today and will go on until January 14. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, we will get to see an all-digital convention rather than a physical event at the Las Vegas grounds. During the convention, we will get to see multiple brands including LG, Samsung, Nvidia, Asus and more, showcase a slew of devices during keynotes and at the virtual ground for people attending to take a look at. Also Read - CES 2021: Asus unveils new Zenbook Pro, Vivobook and TUF laptops
Here we will be taking a look at everything you need to know about CES 2021: Also Read - CES 2021: Razer unveils smart mask and gaming chair with a rollout display
CES 2021: Schedule
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LG – 6:30 PM IST
Samsung – 7:30 PM IST
Sony – 3:30 AM IST
AMD – 9:30 PM IST
Nvidia – 10:30 PM IST
Intel – 10:45 IST
Asus ROG – 11:30 PM IST
Razer – 11:30 PM IST
Sony – 12:15 AM IST
Microsoft – 7:30 PM IST
Asus – 10:30 PM IST
MSI – 12:30 AM IST
Samsung – 7:30 PM IST
CES 2021 Best of Innovation Awards have already been awarded. List of which can be checked on the official CES 2021 website.
CES 2021: What to expect
Apart from the usual consumer tech gadgets like smartphones and laptops, there will be a huge focus on 5G, AI and autonomous vehicles, this time along. Some brands have already unveiled products that they will showcase during the event, and many have hinted at what we might get like the next generation of Ryzen mobile processors, ROG series of laptops, new SSDs and more.
The only major event nobody knows much about is the Microsoft event. The company has kept mum about the event and not much has been seen in the leaked coverage.
Samsung has already revealed its 2021 lineup of TVs at a pre-CES event. At its CES event, we expect to see the company showcase some new products including a portal oxygen device Air Pocket, a food and wine pairing service, automatic TV picture calibration feature and more. After CES, the company will be holding its Unpacked event, where it is expected to launch the new Galaxy S21 series of devices.
Sony has also unveiled its 2021 TV series ahead of CES. This leaves us a bit clueless about what the company is planning to launch at the event. However, some reports do state that the company is looking to launch its WF-1000XM4 truly wireless earphones along with multiple other products at its keynote.
Asus is expected to unveil a number of its ROG, TUF, VivoBook and other series of laptops at the event. All of these are expected to be powered by the Nvidia RTX 3000 series of chipsets and are expected to be powered by the Intel 11th-gen Tiger Lake processors.
LG just like Samsung and Sony has also showcased its 2021 series of smart TVs. At the CES panel, we expect the company to showcase all of its TV lineup in detail and also talk about experimentations with OLED technology for rollable and transparent displays.