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Consumer Electronics Show

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Consumer Electronics Show

Major technology-related trade show held each January in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States add

Category: Business (10)

Activity starting in 1967.

Countries: (49%), United States (26%), Japan (4%)

Main connections: Samsung, One Laptop per Child, OLED

Linked to: Consumer Electronics Association, Microsoft, Motorola, Marvell Technology Group

 

Timeline


 

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1967

The first CES was held in June 1967 in New York City add something


1976

Tennelec - Shown at the January, 1976 Consumer Electronics Show in Chicago

 

Tennelec - The scanner was released at the Winter 1976 Consumer Electronics Show in Chicago


1978

From 1978 to 1994, CES was held twice each year: once in January 0 in Las Vegas known as "Winter Consumer Electronics Show " and once in June 0 in Chicago, known as "Summer Consumer Electronics Show " add something


1982

MartinLogan - With only a mock-up and some photographs, Sanders and Sutherland exhibited their speaker concept at the 1982 Consumer Electronics Show in Chicago


1983

Sinclair Research - In January 1983 the ZX Spectrum personal computer was presented at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show


1984

Catalyst Technologies - Cumma launched with great fanfare at the Consumer Electronics Show in 1984, but ultimately did not come to market


1985

Sinclair Research - At the January 1985 Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show, Sinclair re-entered the United States market, announcing the "FM Wristwatch Radio", an LCD wristwatch with a radio attached


1986

Gryphon Audio Designs - After this preamp was shown at the 1986 Consumer Electronics Show it developed sufficient interest in Japan to justify the formation of a sister company, which has become Gryphon Audio Designs


1991

Chris Roberts (film producer) - First shown to the public at Summer CES 1991, the project suffered from numerous delays and was not released until 1993

 

PlayStation - The PlayStation made its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in June 1991 when Sony revealed its console, a Super Famicom with a built-in CD-ROM drive


1992

Blaster Master - At the 1992 Winter Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Sunsoft announced that they were planning to develop a sequel for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, but it never came to be


1994

Active Enterprises - By late 1994, Active Enterprises had left the video game industry, but not before making a final Consumer Electronics Show presentation, which included promotion for a third "Cheetahmen" game and announcing an ambitious handheld game console, the Action Gamemaster, which promised compatibility with NES, SNES, Genesis and CD-ROM games via separately sold adapters

 

Head-mounted display - One of the first commercially available HMDs was the Forte VFX-1 which was announced at CES in 1994

 

Memjet - Research began in 1994, and a working Memjet prototype printer was displayed at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2009

 

Densen Audio Technologies - The term was soon grabbed by a reviewer from American audio magazine Stereophile, who in 1994, after Densen's launch of the B-100 at the winter CES named the "'Densen"' DM-20/DM-30 preamp/poweramplifier combination Highest airguitar factor and best affordable sound at the CES.


1995

However, since the summer Chicago shows were beginning to lose popularity, the organizers decided to experiment by having the show travel around to different cities starting in 1995 with a planned show in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Convention Center add something

 

The winter show was successfully held in Las Vegas in 1995 as planned add something


1996

The 1996 Winter show was again held in Las Vegas in January, followed by a Summer show this time in Orlando, Florida, however only a fraction of the traditional exhibitors participated add something

 

Synthetic Dimensions - The company achieved the Innovations Award at the Consumer Electronics Show in 1996, in recognition of unique technologies developed for real-time, multi-user 3D game environments, and won the Wolverhampton Small Business of the Year title and the City of Birmingham Award for excellence in animation, both in 1998

 

Thomas J. Campana, Jr. - This new technology received first prize at the 1996 Consumer Electronics Show

 

Atari Interactive - On January 2, 1996, at the Winter Consumer Electronics Show, & Atari Corporation formally announced the formation of Atari Interactive to "address the worldwide PC market"


1997

Again, the 1997 Winter show in Las Vegas was very successful add something


1998

In 1998, the show changed to a once-a-year format with Las Vegas as the location add something


2001

Cary Audio Design - Their CAD280 SE V12 stereo amplifier received a CES 2001 "Best of Show" designation from reviewer Jim Saxon


2003

Portable Media Center - Announced at the 2003 Consumer Electronics Show , and released in early 2004, it was originally positioned as a competitor to Apple's iPod


2004

Paul Wilbur Klipsch - In 2004, at the International Consumer Electronics Show , he was inducted into the Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame

 

Creative Zen - This device was the first to exclusively support Microsoft's Media Transfer Protocol, and was presented at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2004, winning the TechTV Best of CES Award in the Portable Audio and Video category


2005

Creative Zen - At CES 2005, it was announced that the ZEN Micro line would be expanded to include 4 and 6 GB models

 

The 2005 exhibition was from January 6 to January 9, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nevada add something


2006

IAUDIO - The iAUDIO was presented in January 2006 at the CES in Las Vegas

 

Gigabeat - The player was first presented at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2006 in Las Vegas by Bill Gates in his keynote speech

 

The 2006 International CES took place on January 5, to January 8, 2006, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, the Sands Convention Center, the ://www add something


2007

In a break from recent tradition, the 2007 CES event did not begin on a Thursday, nor span a weekend add something

 

The location for the main keynotes was the other major change for 2007 add something

 

ViewSonic - At the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show, ViewSonic introduced display products, namely a projector, monitors and an HDTV set, capable of being connected directly to a video iPod

 

Oregon Scientific - In 2007, CES Innovations award winners included the ATC2K Waterproof Action Cam, the Talking Wireless BBQ/ Oven Thermometer and the WeatherNow II. Their Pendant $ MP3 Player and Waterproof MP3 player received awards for innovation at the 2005 Consumer Electronics Show

 

SanDisk Sansa - It was announced on the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show

 

Dolby Laboratories - On January 8, 2007, Dolby announced the arrival of Dolby Volume at the International Consumer Electronics Show

 

It ran from Monday January 8 to Thursday January 11, 2007 add something

 

Nokia N76 - It was introduced at the Las Vegas CES 2007 in January 2007 and was launched on 5 May 2007 with a sales price of 390 EUR. It is advertised as "The computer done beautifully" and as a "multimedia computer"


2008

Noahpad - The Noahpad was presented at CES 2008, Las Vegas

 

RedMere - This was demonstrated in the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

 

Steve Matchett - In January 2008 he hosted the first visit to America by BMW Sauber's popular Pit Lane Park Formula One show, supporting the prestigious Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

 

The 2008 exhibition was from January 7 through January 10, 2008 in Las Vegas with 0141 150 attendees add something


2009

Anybots - QA, debuted at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show is the first of Anybots' two telepresence Robots

 

Classmate PC - The Intel-Powered Convertible Classmate PC had its official release at CES in January 2009 and was aimed at students, teachers, and parents

 

PlayStation 3 - This technology was first demonstrated publicly on the PS3 in January 2009 at the Consumer Electronics Show

 

Palm, Inc. - Palm announced the webOS operating system and Palm Pre smartphone at the Consumer Electronics Show on January 8, 2009, and released on June 6, 2009 with Sprint

 

Jon Rubinstein - Rubinstein debuted both on January 8, 2009, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas


2010

It was the most spectacular demo we saw at CES 2010 add something

 

Shuttle Inc. - At the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show Shuttle unveiled a proposal called Shuttle PCB Assembly to standardize motherboard size and layouts for laptop computers

 

LeVar Burton - He makes occasional appearances on "This Week in Tech", where he is a self-proclaimed "nerd", and participated in the Consumer Electronics Show 2010

 

Palm Pixi - The Pixi Plus was announced at CES in 2010

 

Samsung Galaxy Player - The product was debuted on 2 September at the 2010 IFA in Berlin, and was showcased at the 2011 CES in Las Vegas

 

Lenovo Skylight - A Lenovo device concept was shown, and reported that it would be announced officially at the Consumer Electronics Show of January 2010

 

Lego Universe - In January 2010, LEGO announced that, at the Consumer Electronics Show, there would be a demonstration and sign-ups for beta testing

 

OLED - Sony exhibited a 24,5" prototype OLED 3D television during the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2010

 

Valups - The advanced version, called the Tivit, received the Best of CES award at the January 2010 Consumer Electronics Show


2011

Many tablets were introduced in 2011's show, such as the Motorola Xoom tablet, winning Best of Show, which runs Android Honeycomb add something

 

The 2011 exhibition was held from Thursday, January 6 to Sunday, January 9 add something

 

Razer USA - At Consumer Electronics Show 2011, Razer unveiled the Razer Switchblade, a handheld gaming device prototype, which won the Best of CES 2011 People's Voice award

 

Fullpower Technologies - At the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, JVC and Pioneer Corporation announced new car stereo systems that integrate with the MotionX-GPS Drive application so that driving directions are shown on the in-car screen and audio verbal directions are heard over the car speakers

 

Razer Switchblade - Despite the fact that the Switchblade's development has been revealed to the public for only a couple of months, it has already won the CES 2011 People's Voice Award

 

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 - During the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show , Verizon Wireless and & Samsung Telecommunications America announced that a new 4G LTE-Enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab features access to Verizon Wireless' 4G LTE Mobile Broadband Network and a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera will be available

 

Samsung Galaxy Tab series - During the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show , Verizon Wireless and & Samsung Telecommunications America announced that a new 4G LTE-Enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab features access to Verizon Wireless' 4G LTE Mobile Broadband Network and a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera will be available

 

Samsung Galaxy Tab - During the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show , Verizon Wireless and & Samsung Telecommunications America announced that a new 4G LTE-Enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab features access to Verizon Wireless' 4G LTE Mobile Broadband Network and a 5 megapixel rear-facing Camera will be available

 

Ford Focus - Ford debuted the all-electric Ford Focus Electric at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2011 to compete with the Nissan Leaf and the Chevrolet Volt

 

Samsung Galaxy S 4G LTE - It was announced at CES 2011 under the name "'Samsung Galaxy S 4G LTE device"'

 

Droid Bionic - It was introduced at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show along with the Motorola Atrix 4G, Motorola Xoom, and Motorola CLIQ 2

 

Camcorder - None of the consumer-class camcorders announced at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show recorded on tape

 

Adam tablet - The Adam was shown at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas where it received favorable initial reviews

 

Ford Focus Electric - The Focus electric pre-production car was unveiled at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show under the new name of Ford Focus Electric, and this pre-production version was based on the Focus Mark III

 

Razer Switchblade - The Switchblade won The Best of CES 2011 People's Voice award

 

Motorola Atrix 4G - With the launch of the Motorola Atrix 4G at CES 2011, Motorola and Google had been working together to integrate the software with the hardware

 

Dell Streak - A seven-inch version of the Streak was announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2011

 

Windows 8 - At the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2011, Microsoft announced that the next version of Windows would add support for devices with ARM microprocessors, and showcased an early version of Windows 8 running on several proof-of-concept ARM devices

 

JESS3 - At the International Consumer Electronics Show in January 2011, JESS3 created a social media installation for Intel providing a visualization of real-time social media interactions at the event

 

Motorola Atrix 4G - Atrix has been awarded 'Best of CES Awards' at CES, held in January 2011

 

Withings - In January 2011, Withings announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that its second product would be a blood pressure monitor that connects to the iPhone

 

Razer Switchblade - It was first unveiled on January 5, 2011, on the Consumer Electronics Show

 

Motorola Atrix 4G - The "'Motorola Atrix 4G"' is an Android-based smartphone by Motorola, introduced in CES 2011 on January 5, 2011

 

OLED - On January 6, 2011, Los Angeles based technology company, Recom Group introduced the first small screen consumer application of the OLED at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

 

Sony Walkman Z Series - First announced in Japan on September 13, 2011, and going on sale the following December, it was announced for an American release by mid-2012 at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show

 

Eliza Dushku - In October 2011, Dushku was named Ambassador for the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show Entertainment Matters program


2012

The 2012 exhibition was held from Tuesday, January 8 to Sunday, January 13th add something

 

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime - At CES 2012, the manufacturer announced the successor to the Transformer Prime, the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity , less than a month after the original product launch, to launch Q2 2012

 

Windows Phone - At the Consumer Electronics Show in 2012 Nokia announced the Lumia 900, featuring a 4,3-inch AMOLED ClearBlack display, a 1,4 GHz processor and 16 GB of storage

 

Tobii Technology - In 2012, Tobii took home the award for best prototype at the consumer technology tradeshow 2012 CES and Laptop Magazine named Tobii the winner in its best new technology category

 

Ubuntu TV - It was announced by Canonical at CES 2012 with the slogan "TV for human beings"

 

Sony Xperia ion - It was launched at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show with Sony Xperia S

 

Lenovo LeTV - Lenovo unveiled its first smart TV at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

 

Nokia Lumia 900 - Officially announced at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012, the Nokia Lumia 900 won CNET's Best of CES award for smartphones, although in their review they agreed: "It won't outsell the Samsung Galaxy S II or iPhone 4S" where they highlight camera and call quality issues

 

Head-mounted display - Sensics demonstrated at CES 2012 a gaming and entertainment goggle that included an on-board Android processor as well as hand tracking to facilitate natural interaction

 

Streamworks International - Streamworks International made its Consumer Electronics Show debut in 2012 at the Mandarin Oriental, Paradise, Nevada, United States, demonstrating its technology to members of the media

 

Sony Xperia S - The "'Sony Xperia S"' is an Android smartphone from Sony launched at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show

 

Asus Transformer Pad Infinity - The manufacturer announced it at CES 2012, less than a month after the original product launch, to launch Q2 2012

 

OLED - This was a 2,8" OLED display being used as a wearable Video Name Tag. At the Consumer Electronics Show in 2012, Recom Group introduced the World's first Video Mic Flag incorporating three 2,8" OLED displays on a standard broadcasters mic flag

 

The Real Geeks - "The Real Geeks" was invited to attend the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada as members of the press

 

Cotton Candy (single-board computer) - In January 2012 the Cotton Candy made it to the top-10 finalist at the "Last Gadget Standing" new technology competition at CES 2012

 

Wikipad - Wikipad was founded by Matthew Joynes, Brendan Iribe and James Bower in January 2012 with Fraser Townley as its President to bring console gaming to the tablet market after a first generation prototype was shown at at the Consumer Electronics Show that same year which lit up the press

 

Nokia Lumia 900 - The "' & Nokia Lumia 900"' is a Windows Phone-powered smartphone, first unveiled on January 9, 2012 by Nokia at Consumer Electronics Show 2012, where it won the Best Smartphone award in January 2012

 

Wikipad - At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on January 10, 2012, the Wikipad was shown with both a 2D and a 3D a glasses-free 3D-enabled device, although 3D is no longer mentioned on Wikipad's website

 

Samsung Galaxy S III - After inviting reporters in mid-April, & Samsung launched the Galaxy S III during the Samsung Mobile Unpacked 2012 event at Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London, on 3 May 2012, instead of unveiling their products earlier in the year during either the World Mobile Congress or Consumer Electronics Show


2013

The 2013 International CES was held from Tuesday, January 8 to Friday, January 11th, 2013 in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States add something

 

Rode Microphones - At the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Rode announced that it had commenced producing microphones for consumer smartphones, tablets and mobile devices

 

EMachines - During the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, Jerry Kao, associate vice president of Acer announced the eMachines brand has been discontinued

 

Limitless Computing - Limitless launched the VYZAR engine at CES 2013 with a press conference and was featured in the official CES press release for product launches

 

ThinkPad Helix - The Helix was announced at the 2013 International CES. Lenovo touts the device as a high performance Ultrabook with a detachable Windows 8 tablet

 

ThinkPad Helix - The Helix was announced at the 2013 International CES and was released on 21 May 2013

 

Toyota - WiLL - The prototype of its first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle will be exhibited at the November 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, and in the United States at the January 2014 Consumer Electronics Show


2014

At CES 2014, ProtectCELL was dedicated to helping its users get protected and stay connected, showcased its comprehensive mobile protection plans for all major devices including the iPhone 5S and 5C, iPad Air and mini and Galaxy S4 add something

 

David Pogue - At the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, Pogue joined Yahoo CEO Marissa May er onstage during her keynote speech to throw the "on" switch for that new site, "Yahoo Tech"

 

Huawei Ascend Mate 2 4G - Unveiled at Consumer Electronics Show 2014, the device is expected to be released in China within the first quarter of 2014

 

Intel Edison - Its launch was announced at CES in January 2014

 

McAfee - On January 6, 2014, & & Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced during the Consumer Electronics Show the name change from McAfee Security to Intel Security

 

Asus Transformer Book Duet - Since its announcement at the Consumer Electronics Show on January 6, 2014, the Transformer Book Duet has received a high degree of media attention from technology magazines and other mainstream news sources

 

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact - The Z1 Compact was unveiled during a press conference at CES 2014 in Las Vegas on 6 January 2014 and will be released mid-February 2014

 

PlayStation 4 - At Consumer Electronics Show on 7 January 2014, Sony unveiled $ PlayStation Now, its cloud gaming service for PlayStation games


2015

CES 2015 featured satirist Nimrod Kamer highlighting the lack of companies and ideas in CES that address humanity's larger issues, such as climate change, Ebola and poverty add something

 

The 2015 CES was reportedly the largest in its history, with 3,600 exhibitors and 170,000 professional/industry attendees add something

 

The 2015 International CES was held from Tuesday, January 6 to Friday, January 9, 2015 in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States add something

 

In May 2015, CES Asia is held in Shanghai for the first time add something


2016

For 2016, the name of the global technology event will be just "CES" and "International" will be dropped from the name add something


2018

Companies offering wireless charging solutions were popular at CES in 2018 add something

 

In 2018, there were 31 CES Innovation award categories add something