CES 2022 Officially Opens on January 5. Here’s What to Expect

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CES 2022 will officially start on January 5, and people are expecting more cutting-edge technology, as befits the biggest tech show in the world. Last year was entirely digital, and it was still a success. This year, the organizers will offer participants and visitors two options: on-site participation and digital presence, and everyone hopes that will be a bigger success than last year. 

With the threat of the Omicron variant of coronavirus, about 75 of the participants and exhibitors opted not to be physically present, such as the most big-name players like Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Nvidia, AMD, and Intel. But they will definitely be presenting some cool stuff during the event. In addition, however, around 60 new companies joined the event. Overall, this year will see more than 1,900 exhibitors and over 2,400 fully-vaccinated members of the media. 

What you can expect

Expect CES 2022 to be as exciting as ever, as several of the world’s biggest tech companies show off their most remarkable and latest inventions and products. You can see some of the latest TV technology from Sony, Samsung, LG, and TCL. In addition, there will be plenty of headphones, wearables, laptops, smartphones, and even concept cars. But the event will end a day early. Instead of ending on January 8, CES 2022 will end on January 7.

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There are many new things to look forward to when CES 2022 officially opens. The Future Tech Awards winners will be revealed during the event. This is the third year that the awards are given to the best services, products, and people in the tech sector in the U.S.

Tech people are looking forward to several announcements. So far, here are some of them.


The Harman Luxury Audio group, which includes Lexicon, Revel, Mark Levinson, JBL and JBL Synthesis, and Arcam brands, will feature their latest product offerings during their 3-day ExPLORE 2022 event.


People can expect Hisense to have more budget-friendly big screen TVs this year. However, the Chinese brand also has pricier laser TVs and displays that could be the center of attention in this year’s CES since it is one of the sponsors of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. So you can expect something grander from Hisense. 

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LG will probably have more things to show for its very competitive OLED Evo TVs (LG G1). What’s more interesting is the battery-powered 27-inch TV  mounted on a stand with wheels. One full charge lasts for three hours, but it is possible to use the TV while plugged in if the user wants to watch TV longer. Also expected are the OLED range TVs with 42-inch and 97-inch displays. Likewise, LG will showcase its latest flagship Dolby Atmos soundbar (LG S95QR), featuring a center-up firing speaker, which is the first in the world, 

Panasonic and Technics

Experts predict that Panasonic will feature their Master HDR OLED Professional Edition panel, HLG, HDR10, HDR10+ (Adaptive), and Dolby Vision (IQ) support. In addition, it might also feature a Technics-tuned in integrated speaker system supporting Dolby Atmos.


As usual, people can expect plenty of hype from Samsung. This year, there’s a high expectation for the company’s QD-OLED TV technology, showcasing a new generation of flat-panel TVs combining OLED tech and Samsung’s Quantum Dot displays. Samsung is rumored to debut the first sets with 55-inch and 65-inch displays and launch them around the year’s first half. 

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The company is expected to go all out with its new lineup of high-end TVs. According to rumors, Sony will also have TVs with QD-OLED panels supplied by Samsung. It has already announced the debut of Sony Master Series A95K, which will be the first commercially available QD-OLED TV, and the only model Sony will sell this year. In addition, it is set to introduce the company’s first mini-LED TVs and new versions with 8K resolution. Sony will also introduce a remote finder and (probably) a beefed-up PlayStation 5.

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Visitors and digital viewers usually expect bigger things from AMD and Ryzen, new graphic cards from Nvidia, and more gaming desktops and laptops from popular brands like MSI, HP, Lenovo, and Gigabyte Dell, and Asus. In addition, MediaTek will showcase its Wi-Fi 7 technology, which is purported to be 2.4 times faster than the current Wi-Fi 6 and 6E.  

Other things you’re likely to find

There will be plenty of audio equipment, from speakers to headphones. In addition, expect to see the introduction of foldable cellphones and rollable TV displays, NFTs (non-fungible tokens), new vehicle technologies, smart home devices, and wearables. 

Typical of CES shows, CES 2022 promises to be as exciting and surprising as ever. It may not be as big as the events before the pandemic, but you will still be awed by tech companies’ breadth, creativity, and innovativeness in coming up with the most advanced tech products.