Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019

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CES, which stands for Consumer Electronics Show, takes place from January 8-11, 2019, and is projected to attract more than 175,000 attendees from 150 countries. At CES, the future of technology comes to life, and drives the evolution of global technology. At the 2018 CES, there were 180,000+ industry professionals that showcased almost 4,600 exhibiting companies. Last year’s audiences were introduced to new categories like smart cities and sports tech and design.

The gargantuan trade show—North America’s largest—follows its 2018 edition, spreading three show floors throughout eleven venues.

Tech East – Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center, the Westgate Las Vegas, and the Renaissance Las Vegas

Tech East will exhibit:

  • 3D Printing
  • Accessories
  • Artificial Intelligence and robotics
  • Audio (high-end audio, high resolution audio)
  • AR/VR & gaming
  • Communications infrastructure
  • Computer hardware, software, and services
  • Content creation and distribution
  • Digital imaging/photography
  • Digital/online media
  • Drones
  • Electronic gaming
  • Internet services
  • Lifestyle
  • Personal ands cyber security
  • Sensors
  • Smart cities
  • Smart home
  • Vehicle technology
  • Video
  • Wireless devices and services

Tech West – Sands Expo, The Venetian, The Palazzo, Encore at Wynn, and Wynn Las Vegas

Tech West includes technology advancements in:

  • Accessories
  • Audio (High-end audio, high-resolution audio)
  • Computer hardware, software, and services
  • Fitness and sports
  • Health and biotech
  • Internet services
  • Lifestyle
  • Smart Home
  • Startups
  • Wearables
  • Wireless devices and services

Tech South – ARIA, Vdara, and Park MGM/Park Theater

Tech South’s C Space Exhibit brings together industry, entertainment, marketing, and advertising executives to discuss what’s now and what’s next. It will include:

  • AR/VR & gaming
  • Content creation and distribution
  • Digital/online media
  • Video

Since CES’s attendees could populate a small city, expect high prices, headaches, and crowds. Hotels will be at high capacity. Flights will be fully booked. Restaurants will be reserved. Traffic will be insane. If you go, plan early. Anticipate stratospheric hotels rates, airfares, and club covers. Nightclubs and strip clubs capitalize on the weekend’s added number of Vegas visitors. Nightclubs lineup renowned DJs to attract more people to there venue. Increased demand means clubs can charge more for VIP tables, and people will pay the price.


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