After two years of being stuck online, CES returned to in-person to make a host dazzling announcements about everything from the newest TV technology to the most advanced laptop hardware.
CES 2023 is primed and ready to repeat the trick in January, and we’re expecting to see an equally large number of headline-grabbing reveals in all manner of tech categories from manufacturers including Samsung, Sony, LG, and Panasonic.
Whether you’re attending CES 2023 in-person or plan to watch this year’s edition of the annual trade show online, we’ll be reporting on the biggest announcements as and when they happen – and below, we’ve speculated on what products could be unveiled.
CES 2023: Dates and Hours
CES 2023 will take place from Thursday, Jan 5 through Sunday, Jan 8, 2023.
A full schedule hasn’t been released yet but we do know the event’s opening keynote and state of the industry address will kick off at 8:30am PT on January 5 (11:30am ET on January 5 / 4:30pm GMT on January 5 / 2:30am AEST on January 6).
You can visit the following times to view the in-person exhibits:
Thursday, January 5, 2010, 10am-6pm PT
Friday, January 6, 2019, 9am-6pm PT
Saturday, January 7th, 9am-6pm PT
Sunday, January 8th, 9am – 4pm PST
Meanwhile, those of you looking to visit the home entertainment-focused C Space at the ARIA will be able to check it out from 9am PT to 5pm PT on Thursday, January 5, until Saturday, January 7.
How to Register for CES 2023
CES is a trade-only event for people aged 18 and over who are affiliated with the consumer technology industry; so to attend, you’ll need to be associated with a tech company or an appropriate media publication.
If you fit these criteria, to register for CES 2023 you’ll need to visit the official CES 2023 registration page(opens in a new tab) and fill out the appropriate form – there’s one for people who attended in 2020 or 2022 and another for people who are new to CES (or attended in 2020 or 2021 but have a new email address).
As part of the application process, you’ll need to provide a photo of yourself, details about the company you work for and your role there, and proof of your industry affiliation.
Which brands will attend?
Samsung will host a press conference as it is one of the most prominent brands at CES 2023. The South Korean company’s theme for this year’s show is ‘Bringing Calm to Our Connected World’, which suggests it’ll be focusing on smart home products over swanky new TVs or laptops.
That’s not to say we won’t be hearing any news on the QD-OLED or Galaxy front, but the recent integration between the Matter smart home standard and Samsung’s SmartThingsSamsung’s device range is expected to include a number of smart home-related announcements.
Sony is a real enigma when it comes to CES plans – you never know whether you’re going to get a traditional TV announcement or the grand unveiling of an electric car. As such, it’s hard to predict what the Japanese company might wheel out at CES 2023.
We do know that Sony’s Vision-S EV will be making an appearance in some form or another – the company confirmed in a tweet(opens in a new tab) that Sony Honda Mobility will be taking to the stage alongside Sony proper – but it remains to be seen whether we’ll hear more about the highly-anticipated PlayStation VR 2headset or much-rumored (though not confirmed) PS5 slim console. In all likelihood, Sony will – at the very least – lift the lid on a handful of new 4K and 8K displays to drum up excitement for its 2023 TV lineup.
LG’s CES track record is more varied than a chocolate selection box. Like Sony, the manufacturer frequently subverts expectations by revealing outlandish products alongside more traditional TV offerings, and we don’t expect CES 2023 to be any different.
For instance, we anticipate hearing more about the company’s much-rumored 27-inch OLED gaming monitorAs well as the LG C3 OLED TV – but the brand’s mind-blowing new stretchable high-res display techIf presented properly, they could be the star of the show. LG might unveil new washers, dryers and other home-related products at CES 2023. (A see-through refrigerator has already been confirmed).
Hisense will attend CES 2023. Hisense will have an exhibit at the LVCC Central Hall, which is a space that is dedicated to companies that focus on gaming, metaverse, and audio/video.
The brand launched a number of new TVs last year that were affordable and featured a variety of features. The top-end was the highlight L9G TriChroma Laser TV, but it also unveiled the Hisense U7H, U8H, and U9H models which were the first Hisense TVs to benefit from mini-LED backlights – that helped to improve the TV’s contrast capabilities. We were so impressed that we speculated that Hisense might have just recently released the U7H,U8H and U9H models. announced the best mid-range TV of 2022 – with the Hisense U7H being a great companion for the PS5 Xbox Series X.
We expect Hisense to amaze us again this year with a new set of impressive displays. The brand may also unveil a few soundbars to show the potential of an entire-Hisense AV setup. Plus, given its placement among mixed reality tech, we may see Hisense demonstrate some new AR or VR tools, though we aren’t expecting much in this department (if it even has anything to show at all).
Intel will exhibit at the Venetian Expo at CES 2023.
During its appearance at last year’s event, Intel unveiled a new batch of mobile processors – H-series chips that have appeared in many of the best laptops of 2022 – including the flagship Core i9-12900HK; this powerful component comes with six performance cores (with hyper-threading) and eight efficiency cores (without hyper-threading), making a total of 14-cores and 20-threads. Intel also used the occasion to discuss its work in AI, and other applications such as self driving cars.
Intel will most likely use CES 2023 to announce a new batch of CPUs, including its own. Intel Raptor Lake line – a particularly important batch of processors for Intel that will have to prove their worth against the impressive AMD Zen 4 chips.
According to the CES 2023 exhibitor directory(opens in a new tab), AMD might not have a massive presence at the show – it’s not listed as of December 14, 2022 – but the brand will at least be giving a keynote presentation(opens in a new tab)According to a press release.
AMD will most likely make CES 2020 the place where it announces its new mobile CPUs. It is similar to Intel (remember last year’s). Ryzen 6000 series revealFor example,
The AMD Zen 4 line will include the new AMD Ryzen 7000 series chips and, based on leaks, these computing components sound pretty impressive – so Intel could have quite the competition on its hands.
In a repeat of CES 2022, Nvidia doesn’t look likely to have much of a presence on the CES 2023 show floor, but the brand has announced that it will be giving a Special Address on January 3, 2022.
Nvidia hasn’t said what, exactly, will be announced, however, we expect it will unveil the RTX 4070 Ti – which, according to recent leaks, is expected to be a solid GPU. The Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 (launched in October 2022) is more powerful than we thought was possible for a GPU, and while the 4070 Ti is expected to be a step down in terms of performance, it should also be a step down in price – which is incredible news for our wallets.
There are other possibilities for GPUs to make an appearance, but the most likely reveal is an RTX 4070.
Our predictions for CES2023
Phones at CES2023
The number of mobile announcements from CES has slowed in recent years. Most brands have chosen to launch their latest handsets at other events on the calendar. Take a look at the February arrival of the HTC One. Samsung Galaxy S23 range.
That said, mobile unveilings from The Strip aren’t completely out of the question this year. Razer has already declared its intentions to the best gaming phonesThe market, with the Razer Edge 5G – first teased at RazerCon 2022. The 5G-capable, Android powered gaming handheld was developed in partnership by Verizon. Pricing is still unknown for its CES 2023 appearance.
TCL has a reputation for presenting a variety of new Android phones at a reasonable price. If CES 2022 proves anything, we might even see a new Nokia form HMD Global. Those hoping for an affordable successor to 2022’s CES-unveiled Galaxy S21 FEHowever, they are out of luck.
Televisions at CES 2023
CES 2022 was atypical for televisions. Sony and LG occupied a lot of floor space but didn’t display products. CES 2023 will be a completely different story. The big names will once again be active and will display their wares at crowded booths.
Bigger screens are always a hit with CES, but we expect this year’s trends to be better and more vibrant. Samsung introduced QD-OLED in 2022 with its incredible new tech. S95BSony with its XR-A95KWe expect to see QDOLED TVs in screen sizes other that the currently available 55-65 inches, and models introduced by other brands.
Mini-LED TVs will be available from all brands and in lower-priced sets such as the U8H seriesHisense, introduced 2022.
MicroLED TVs in 100-inch-plus sizesSamsung and Sony will have prototypes on display, and some other TV brands might also have them. However, we expect the prices to remain high for years. However, CES is a great way to experience unobtanium.
Computing at CES 2023
As mentioned above, Nvidia is one of the big players we’re expecting to see at CES. In addition to the expected RTX 4070 Ti, some speculators believe that we’re also going to see the less powerful RTX 4070. Pricing will be critical for these cards as AMD is currently wooing Nvidia with very aggressive pricing on its new flagship GPU. Radeon RX 7900 XTX.
Speaking of AMD, we’re expecting big things from Team Red at CES too. CEO Lisa Su will give a keynote speech. Recent leaks indicate that we might see the next-generation 3D Vcache in CES. new Ryzen 7000 CPUs. Intel is rumored to be planning to unveil a number of new 13th-generation chips at the Las Vegas event, according to reports.
Graphic cards and processors aside, there are many other major players in this industry. laptopFrom Dell to Asus, to Lenovo, space will be at CES. We were privy to recent pre-briefings on Dell and Lenovo’s upcoming hardware, and while we can’t share details just yet, it’s safe to say we’re excited for what these manufacturers have in store for 2023.
Audio at CES 2023
All eyes are on a new format of physical music, which is based on vinyl, but more like a 12-inch CD, as pioneered and developed by Bob Dylan earlier this year. Just kidding – although given vinyl’s continued resurgence, we certainly expect to see more innovative ways of playing your burgeoning record collection that doesn’t require multiple boxes and a set of passive speakers cluttering up your den; see Victrola’s Sonos certified deckAs a taster. All I needed to get it singing was my Sonos Five wireless speaker and the Victrola companion app on my phone – plus of course my stacks of wax.
Portable wireless audio is moving at a rapid pace. However, the high-resolution codecs (or hi-res), are improving at a rate that is knots. The SoC (system-on-chip) hardware they run on, however, is also improving. Oppo has already gone live with a new chip claiming to bring Bluetooth wireless resolution up to the standards audiophiles might deem acceptable – and crucially, the chip will fit into earbuds.
Perhaps we will see a few sets wireless ANC earbuds that are built around such a powerful new chip in prototype form. It seems highly likely… but then, this is Vegas; anything’s possible.
Wearables at CES2023
There are a few big names in health tech at CES this year, but in the smartwatch space, it’s hybrid watches that I reckon will snap up the headlines, or smartwatches that look like traditional analog models with physical hands. Garmin’s Vivomove hybrid smartwatches were introduced last year. They emphasize style and function.
It’s since followed it up with the equally handy (get it?) Instinct CrossoverWe expect more hybrid watches to be released at CES 2023, with Garmin rubbing shoulders alongside traditional dive watchmakers like Citizen. We’ve long bemoaned the fact that smartwatches don’t have a style identity of their ownPeople are tired of looking at another screen on their wrists. CES is a safe place for brands to play, explore and show some more unique hybrid watches.
Philips will be there, so we can expect some new additions in its Sonicare range. best electric toothbrushes and water flossers, and Renpho parent company Joicom will likely be showing off its latest, whether it’s a new smart scale, massage gun or AI-driven exercise bike to add to its growing health portfolio. Maybe not that last one: after the last few years, we’re all sick of exercising indoors, so expect any exercise innovations to support and encourage outdoor pursuits, (much like Apple Fitness+, which has seen the winds changing and pivoted to content geared towards runners).
Smart home at CES2023
More connected, better connected. A new standard is set to make our homes smarter. Matter. We attended the official launch in early November in Amsterdam where some new products were announced but the vibe we got is that there is going to be a wave of ‘new’ at CES. We’ve got all eyes on Nanoleaf, for example. It will unveil a variety of Matter-compatible products that will allow for seamless lighting automation in the home. This is a very exciting time for smart home because it means that instead having multiple apps (Alexa HomeKit and Siri), compatible devices can now be controlled by Matter. Matter and only Matter can control all compatible devices on the network. All devices can talk to each other creating a seamless lighting automation experience. smart home of our dreams.
The (not-so small) Matter aside, there will be much talk and demos about robot vacuum cleaners that are smarter and more efficient so you can achieve the automatic clean of your dreams. There’s also likely to be the usual crop of smart home devices including home security cameras, video doorbells, and smart locks with better resolutions and smarter AI that can help ensure you’re not plagued by unwanted motion alerts – and unwanted guests in the home.
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