NVIDIA Announces CES 2018 Press Conference – Showcasing Amazing New Technologies on 7th January, 2018

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NVIDIA has just announced the official date of their CES 2018 press conference where they will be introducing several key technologies based on their graphics architectures.

NVIDIA Confirms CES 2018 Press Conference Date – New Technologies To Be Showcased

The NVIDIA CES 2018 press conference will take place on Sunday, January 7th, 2018 at 8 – 9:30 PM (Pacific Time). The event will take place at the MGM Grand Conference Center in Las Vegas with a reception time of 7 pm.

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We hope you can attend NVIDIA’s 2018 CES press conference, where we’ll showcase amazing new technology innovations on Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018, at 8-9:30 pm (PT).

A reception with food and drinks will start at 7 pm, at the MGM Grand Conference Center located in the back of the MGM Hotel.

WHEN
Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018 Reception: 7-8 pm (Press conference begins at 8pm)

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WHERE
MGM Grand Conference Center 4701 Koval Lane Las Vegas, NV 89109

NVIDIA has mentioned that they will be showcasing new technologies too. Looking at the last major CES press conferences by NVIDIA, they introduced several Tegra, DrivePX and cloud based solution like the GeForce Now service. However, CES hasn’t seen any major GPU discussion. The reason why that is so is because NVIDIA has GTC (Graphics Technology Conference) for that. As for gamers, it is known that NVIDIA hosts a different event for gamers sometime between GTC and Computex. This makes sense as they can showcase their professional hardware first before showing off consumer grade GeForce cards.

I believe it will be the same next year but NVIDIA is known to make surprise announcements. So it will be worth looking forward to their CES 2018 announcement before moving into 2018 when the bulk of Volta based graphics cards will be announced.

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