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We’re Headed to CES 2019

Meg Cannistra

Meg Cannistra

Senior Content Strategist

3 min. read

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For the past 50 years, tech companies and enthusiasts have come together for one of the world’s biggest consumer trade shows. CES hosts over 180,000 attendees every January with more than 4,500 exhibitors unveiling some of the most anticipated products for the coming year.

Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

This year, Reviews.com will be in attendance for the first time and we couldn’t be more excited. As you know, we endeavor to test and review the best of everything for our readers. That’s why we also believe it’s important to go right to the source — reporting on breaking news from both major brands and startups alike — so our readers have the most up-to-date information on current and upcoming products from their favorite companies.

CES 2019 officially kicks off Jan. 8 and goes until Jan. 11, but our team will be there early for all the news announcements starting on Jan. 6. Brands like LG, Sony, and Samsung will take the stage to showcase their biggest products for 2019. Rumors have already begun swirling with talk of everything from 8K TVs to 4K laptops.

Our team will live blog from major brand conferences and the show floor, giving you a firsthand look at the latest tech for 2019. We’ll also give you our thoughts on all the must-have products and what’s worth skipping, along with new, ongoing, and fading trends in the tech industry.

Stay tuned! Follow us on Twitter and check back here for all the latest and greatest from CES 2019.

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