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2013 International CES Registrations Open Today


Everybody is excited about CES which takes traditionally takes place at the beginning of every year. This year’s event was host to a bundle of interesting announcements, with the likes of Sony Xperia ion (AT&T), Xperia S, the Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC Titan II being revealed. The next year’s event however promises to be even bigger and better and is scheduled to be held in Las Vegas, NV from January 8 through 11, 2013.

Registrations for the 2013 International CES will begin today. What’s better is that the entry for the show will be free if you register before the end of August. Post that, you will have to pay $100.  $200 if you book from January 2, 2013. The Senior Vice President of CEA (Consumer Electronics Association), Ms Karen Chupka had this to say – “Excitement and buzz is already starting to build for the 2013 International CES, which will be the most important global technology event of the year. With new innovations in cloud computing, software and apps, digital health, lifestyle technologies and automotive technologies, the 2013 International CES is sure to feature the standout products and trends of 2013 across all major product categories”.

The President of Panasonic is will give the opening keynote address on the 8th of January. The event will involve guests/hosts of over 150 countries. So be sure to register now and get yourself into the event. The CEA has taken care of the hotels and other information for guests with detailed info put up on the official CES site. Further, attendees can avail certain discounts on hotel bookings, flights and get any assistance regarding the journey to the event. One of the world’s largest consumer trade show, the CES is a platform to showcase new technology and unveil new products. The event doesn’t only bring new tablets, smartphones to the table, but all sorts of electronics. We expect a host of new announcements at the event, including devices running on the BlackBerry 10 OS (yes, we haven’t forgotten).

Source: CEA

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