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CES 2022 Insights; Mixing Digital With In-person Again

Feb 1, 2022 | Author : Varun Mishra


CES 2022 was a mixture of in-person and digital experiences this year as Omicron COVID-19 cases began rising worldwide during the holiday season. Many companies, such as Verizon, T-Mobile, Amazon, GM and Amazon, decided to pull out ahead of the event, while others, such as Intel, Samsung and Sony, limited their presence and chose to do announcements via live stream only.

Table of Contents:

  • Big highlights in automotive, other industries; Omicron fears dampen attendance
  • Qualcomm updates on progress in automotive space
  • TCL highlights: New smartphones, IoT products, TVs
  • Smartphone OEMs also used CES to debut new devices
  • General Motors unveils new line of EVs, including Chevy Silverado EV
  • HISENSE announces in-house imaging chipset, projectors, new ULED TV series
  • Panasonic focuses on automotive solutions, projectors for immersive experiences
  • Bosch focuses on connected software-defined electric mobility, home appliances
  • NVIDIA focuses on GPUs, graphic cards, laptops, GeForce NOW tie-ups
  • Sony headlines with PlayStation VR 2 and VR Sense Controllers
  • Gaming TVs: New standard set for gaming set-ups

Number of Pages: 19

Published Date: February 2022


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