This week I will be reporting from the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. It’s is considered to be the largest tech trade show in the world. This year CES is host to over 2,500 exhibitors who will showcase their latest products and services. An estimated 110,000 attendees are expected to make it, and I am psyched to be one of them.
Unfortunately CES is not open to the general public. You must be “in the tech industry” in order to gain access into the show. But all of that is about to change.
I will take you inside the Las Vegas Convention Center, the heart of CES where most of the exhibitors are set up and ready to show off their latest gadgets. The future of technology for computers, cell phones, televisions, cameras, and video games waits to be explored. Big-name electronics manufacturers like Microsoft, Intel, Sony, and Samsung as well as lesser known tech companies will have their latest advancements on display.
All the excitement will be brought to you with video interviews, hands-on impressions, and tons of pictures. A talented broadcast crew and I will be out in full force on the show floor, so be sure to check back here for constant updates of the latest developments and show highlights.
The show kicks off Wednesday night with the Microsoft keynote hosted by MS CEO Steve Ballmer. I’ll be reporting from the Venetian hotel with the all the details concerning Windows 7, Windows Mobile, plus a few surprises.
Keep in mind my mission statement: Everything I do is for you, THE READERS. I am travelling to Vegas and looking forward to sleepless nights so I can bring you the best CES coverage. The majority of gadgets that are featured on the show floor will eventually land in stores waiting to be purchased by all of us, the consumers. My goal is to share the knowledge I gain with you so you can become educated consumers in a tech market filled with too many decisions to make. Also, CES happens to be one of the coolest trade shows ever, and I hope to bring you such an all-encompassing experience that it feels as if you are there!
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Get ready to experience it all at CES.
From January 6 to January 10, your destination for CES coverage is [experience-it-all].