The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021 schedule has been released as the now virtual event will begin on Jan. 11 until Jan. 13. This is the first time the tech giants like Sony, Samsung, LG, Intel, Microsoft, AMD, and Nvidia will convene out of Las Vegas hotels to online conferences as the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the United States and other countries worldwide.
The all-virtual CES 2021 is a unique experience for the tech event, which will feature over 1,800 expected exhibitors and more than 100 conference sessions. According to NDTV, some major brands such as Lenovo and Dell already rolled out their offerings while others gave sneaks before the CES 2021 begins on Jan. 11.
CES 2021 full schedule
Here is a full Jan. 11 CES 2021 schedule, which consumers can look forward to as it features some of the biggest tech brands:
January 11 Schedule
7:00 a.m. EST - Hisense
8:00 a.m. EST - LG
9:00 a.m. EST - Samsung
10:00 a.m. EST - Panasonic, Phillips, Skyworth
11:00 a.m. EST - Canon, TCL, Mercedez-Benz with a Live Q&A that follows.
12:00 noon EST - Magna International, Kohler
1:00 p.m. - Intel/Mobileye
2:00 p.m. - OMRON Healthcare, Indy Autonomous Challenge from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with a Live Q&A that follows.
3: 00 p.m. - Caterpillar, CTA'S 2021 Tech Trends to Watch
4: 00 p.m. - Schneider Electric, Taiwan Tech Arena
5: 00 p.m. - Sony
At 3 p.m., CTA will have its anticipated annual presentation, entitled Tech Trends to Watch. The presentation will preview tech latest tech trends and highlight the latest research that will be unveiled during CES 2021 and throughout the year. The media will also have a Live Q&A session after the presentation.
For the remaining days of CES 2021, here are other events to watch out until Jan. 14:
January 12 schedule
11:00 a.m. EST - AMD
12:00 noon EST - Nvidia
12:15 pm EST - Intel
1:00 pm EST - Asus ROG
1:45 p.m EST - Sony North America
January 13 schedule
9:00 a.m. EST - Microsoft
12:00 noon EST - Asus
2:00 p.m. EST - MSI
CES 2021: What to expect
CES 2021 Microsoft plans remains a secret, unlike Sony and LG, which already revealed some details of what they would offer during the event.
Meanwhile, consumers can expect the Korean electronics giant to showcase the recently unveiled Eyesafe-certified TV, the first in the world to reduce blue light emissions, a new OLED TV for gamers that creates sound even without speakers as well as the TV software webOS 6.0 for its TV lineup for 2021.
Sony already has unveiled its 2021 TV models, which they all supports PlayStation 5's HDMI 2.1 features ahead of CES 2021 while it is expected to launch the WF-1000XM4, the updated version for its flagship truly wireless WF-1000XM3.
Similarly, Samsung already launched its brand new TV models, so the Korean brand it expected to highlight other products during it CES spot. This includes a food and wine pairing service, the portal oxygen device Air Pocket, an EZCal-based automatic TV picture calibration as well as the Galaxy S21, which is expected to take the spotlight at the end of CES 2021.
Meanwhile, Nvidia and AMD have already launched their newest graphics cards before the event. However, Asus is expected to unveil new consumer (TUF) and gaming (ROG) laptops during its Jan. 13 schedule on CES 2021. They are likely to run newest Nvidia's RTX 3000 series and powered by Intel.
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Written by CJ Robles