We are only days away until the official start of this year’s CES event In Las Vegas, which really begins tomorrow with a number of press events. We have already reported on a number of products we can expect to see for the first time, which promises to be a jam packed CES 2012 schedule.
Kicking the whole show off for this year will be CEA Market Research analysts who will be presenting the State of the Consumer Tech Industry, and the CES 2012 Trends to Watch between 2 and 3pm in Marcello 4501. Following that in the same location will be the State of the Global CE Industry presentation according to a report.
After this the media will be treated to a pre-show event that will provide an opportunity to see what’s instore for this year’s show. There will be a bigger push into social media this year to help people keep up with all the happenings at the show.
If you are on Facebook you can get news and updates at facebook.com/InternationalCES, while Twitter fans can follow @IntlCES and @CEAFeed for the show updates, and if want to tweet yourself about the show use #CES hash tag, which will make your tweets appear in the CES discussion. Click here for further social media information about the show.
Meanwhile we have some of the major times for the big announcements courtesy of Phone Arena. Tomorrow at 1.30pm PT Acer will be holding their press conference, with Toshiba holding a party later that day at 6.30pm.
Bright and early on the 9th at 8am LG will be holding their press conference with Samsung taking the stage at 2.00pm. At 3.00pm it will be the turn of Nokia followed by chip manufacturer NVIDIA at 4.00pm. It will be Sony’s turn at 5.00pm with Microsoft finishing off the day at 6.30pm.
On the 10th there will be a Qualcomm keynote at 8.30am, and later in the day Nokia will be talking smartphones at 1.00pm. Sony Ericsson and Intel also have presentations later the same day. We will be bringing you all the news as it happens on Product Reviews in the coming days, so keep connected with us via our social channels.
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