• Audio related gadgets
• Automotive electronics and accessories
• Computer Hardware and software devices
• Digital Audio Technology
• Communication-related infrastructure
• DVD’s (Digital Versatile Disc) and HDTV (High Definition Television)
• Blu-ray Disc
• HD radio
• Plasma TV
• Health and Fitness related products
• Gaming accessories
• Online Media
• Robotics and Sensors
• Wireless devices and services
• Tablets, notebooks, and mobile phone gadgets
• Home media server
The first consumer electronics show took place in June 1967 in the New York City. The CES 2010 had attracted more than 120,000 attendees and was held from January 7-10, 2010. The Intel Infoscape run on Intel Core i7 was one of the major highlights. The CES 2011 had about 128,949 attendees and many tablets like Motorola Xoom was introduced. The CES 2012 was held from January 8 to 13, 2012 attracting more than 153,000 attendees. In CES 2013 more than 3000 exhibitors showcased their products including embedded systems, audio, automotive parts, wireless devices, and accessories. In CES 2014 the first Li-Fi smartphone was disclosed in this year. The CES 2015 attracted more than 170,000 attendees and about 3600 exhibitors. Smart watches, robots were showcased in this year. The CES 2016 was held from January 6 to January 9, 2016, in Las Vegas showcasing many next-generation technologies including smart shoes and many other products.
This show has changed the world to a great extent in terms of technology and the world has gradually become smaller as time is passing. The CES provides an excellent opportunity for the newer tech industries to enter the global market and compete with other tech industries through their display of products. The day is not far when the world will be completely digitized and its effects will reach into every corner of our lives.
Article by Anisha Dutta
She is a content evangelist who believes that the Science of today is the Technology of tomorrow.
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