When does CES 2019 start in Las Vegas?

Find out when CES 2019 starts and what time you can expect tech news to start dropping.


CES 2019 is finally here, bringing all the latest news in technology right to the forefront. We’ve already seen some promising things from this year’s tradeshow, but many out there are still wondering when CES 2019 will start. Thankfully, we’ve got all the information you need, so let’s dive right in so you can keep up with the latest reveals, news and announcements.

When Does CES 2019 Start?

While the show technically kicked off yesterday, January 6, the main events really started taking off this morning at 8AM with the LG Electronics Media Days News Conference. This means that we’re already well into the thick of things, and we’ve already seen quite a bit of news drop this year, including Nvidia revealing 40 new gaming laptops will be powered by GeForce RTX, and even an interesting announcement that Samsung Smart TVs will support Apple Airplay 2 starting this spring.

Of course, the week’s events are far from over, and CES 2019 will continue with new reveals and tech news drops until the end of the week, Friday January 11. If you’re looking to stay up to date with all the news dropping, make sure you keep an eye on our CES 2019 news hub, where we’ll be continually posting our thoughts on the announcements made by technology’s biggest innovators and companies.

What is CES?

CES, or the Consumer Electronics Show as it’s been called for years, is an annual tradeshow where a large portion of the world’s technology companies come together to reveal new tech they’ve been working on, including hardware and software pieces. All kinds of technology from televisions, computing hardware and even AI take center stage here, as companies come together to show off the new things that they’ve been working on as they evolve and grow.

If you’re looking to learn more about CES 2019, including some information about ticket prices and the different tiers available for consumers looking to attend the tradeshow, then you can check out our handy article to see all the necessary information before diving in, headfirst.

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Joshua holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and has been exploring the world of video games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys everything from large-scale RPGs to small, bite-size indie gems and everything in between.

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