Several major exhibitors and major sponsors have also canceled their in-person attendance at CES 2022 (CES for short). A large portion of the US trade press does not participate from January 5-8, 2022. Between the Las Vegas event, online only. The rapid spread of the omicron variant of the coronavirus and the danger posed by the virus is behind sharing waiver.
At CES in 2021, only presentations and conferences were held online, but in 2022, the organizers believed that the health situation had improved enough to allow the conference to be held in person.
Among the exhibitors and exhibitors, T-Mobile, the main sponsor, and among the main exhibitors, Amazon, Ring, Meta, Twitter, Pinterest, Lenovo, iHeartRadio, and AT&T also indicated that they would not do so or would only be token there in Nevada, will hold its show Presentation online instead. LG, Samsung, Google, Intel, Panasonic, Sony, Nikon, Razer and Canon are monitoring the evolution of the viral situation in the US at the moment, and they have not changed their engagement plan.
Previously AMD and Samsung to Bloomberg A limited participation is planned, he said, and Qualcomm OnePlus and HTC will insist on an in-person appearance for now. Nvidia will be holding an online presentation only.
Among the US business press, CNET, Engadget, Gizmodo, Verge, TechCrunch, TechRadar and Tom’s Guide have indicated that they are not sending a reporter to the scene due to the growing number of Covid-19 cases in the United States.
The exhibition is organized by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) on Wednesday almost He said 42 exhibitors have indicated so far that they have canceled their participation, however, according to the CTA, sixty more have been found in their place. The CTA has no plans to cancel CES and take it online yet. The show was held in Las Vegas in 2020, and missed in 2021.
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