EVs, innovations come out strong at CES 2022: CES, which usually hosts over 182,000 attendees and 2,200 exhibitors, saw a slew of high-profile companies deciding against having booths or hosting keynote events in light of a surge in COVID-19 cases. But those who did show, showed up big.
Electric vehicles: EV and AV news dominated CES 2022, revealing how the next generation of cars, SUVs, and motorcycles are spearheading innovation in various areas.
Personal computing: PCs of all sizes and shapes were revealed at CES 2022, reflecting some of the more exciting announcements likely to come to market in the next few months.
Smart home: New technologies and gadgets of all sizes and shapes lined the show halls and gave visitors a preview of the best tech that’s coming to smart homes.
No shows: Despite surging interest in all things AR/VR and metaverse related, there was a dearth of announcements pertaining to the future of the internet, possibly because proponents like Meta and Nvidia pulled out of the show at the last minute.
Also notably missing were smartwatch and wearable announcements, indicating that interest in this segment has cooled.