CES 2024 – Las Vegas, here we come!

It’s that time of year again, folks! CES is back and is close to 100% (from pre-COVID days). The team at Overclockers.com will be there to cover all the cool things our partners have to offer. Although only one of us is attending again this year, we have around a dozen meetings scheduled across three days, while on the fourth (Friday), we’ll hit the convention center floor and bring you some fantastic items from there as well.

CES 2024
CES 2024

What is the Consumer Electronics Show?

Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one of the largest conventions with exhibitors for everything technology. Some categories you can expect to see at the show are smart home, metaverse, virtual reality, entertainment, and even our specialty computer hardware and accessories. Each year, thousands of attendees gather in Las Vegas for the event.

Here are some stats about this year’s Consumer Electronics Show…

  • 2,500,000+ net square feet of exhibits (15% bigger than CES 2023)
  • 4,000+ exhibitors and 1,200+ startups in Eureka Park
  • 130,000 attendee goal (1/3 outside of US)
  • 3,000+ CES Innovation Award entries – a record
  • 130,000 attendee goal with 1/3 from outside the U.S.

Overclockers.com CES 2024 Coverage Plan

We plan to get a few news articles out each evening, with coverage bleeding into the following week as we catch up with everything upon return. All CES-related articles will have the “CES 2024” prefix in front of it to identify them as part of this endeavor, making them easy to find in our search. We’ll list all the news here by the company for quick links, whereas all of the CES articles will be in the General Hardware Recent News sections.

Below is our general itinerary. The plan is to knock out AMD Day 1, then at least a couple articles each day until we’re finished. As time goes on and the news articles for CES get published, we’ll add the links here for quick access, and you’ll see them on the front page.

Day 1: Tuesday, January 9th

After arriving around noon, the first stop is to AMD covering their new Ryzen 8000G series APUs and entry-level video card (7600XT).

Day 2:  Wednesday, January 10th

Now we start to get into it. Today we’ll be at the Venetian for the entirety of the day.

Day 3: Thursday, January 11th

Today’s adventures bring us to the Bellagio early and then Mandalay Bay for the last appointment of the day.

Day 4: Friday, January 12th

We’ll be headed to the massive show floor at the Las Vegas Convention Center to explore all the exhibits.

Is there something you want to see at CES? Let us know, and we’ll see what we can do!

 

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Joe started writing around 2010 for Overclockers.com covering the latest news and reviews that include video cards, motherboards, storage and processors. In 2018, he went ‘pro’ writing for Anandtech.com covering news and motherboards. Eventually, he landed at Tom’s Hardware where he wrote news, covered graphic card reviews, and currently writes motherboard reviews. If you can’t find him benchmarking and gathering data, Joe can be found working on his website (Overclockers.com), supporting his two kids in athletics, hanging out with his wife catching up on Game of Thrones, watching sports (Go Browns/Guardians/Cavs/Buckeyes!), or playing PUBG on PC.

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It's that time of year again, folks! CES is back and is close to 100% (from pre-COVID days). The team at Overclockers.com will be there to cover all the cool things our partners have to offer. Although only one of us is attending again this year, we have around a dozen meetings scheduled across three days, while on the fourth (Friday), we'll hit the convention center floor and bring you some fantastic items from there as well.

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