Many Tech Giants Withdrew from CES 2022

The upcoming annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that will be held for three days, from 5 to 8 January 2022 will probably falling apart as many tech giants decided to withdraw from the event. The tech companies that won’t present at the event are: Amazon, Google, Intel, NVIDIA, Meta, Twitter, and many more.

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However, despite of the absence of the tech giants that expected to greatly enliven the event, CES team stated on the tweet that the event will be held with over two thousand companies confirmed to participate in person.

Over 2200 companies are confirmed to participate in person at CES 2022 in Las Vegas. Our focus remains on convening the tech industry and giving those who cannot attend in person the ability to experience the magic of CES digitally.


Samsung is among those 2200 companies that remain in the attendance list. The company will show up its newest products under the theme “Together for Tomorrow” and rumored to show up its latest flagship smartphone, Galaxy S21 FE.

The main reason why the companies to not present at the event is to ensure the health of their staffs due to the concerning issue of Omicron variant of COVID-19.

The previous CES 2021 was successfully held in all-digital form, still due to COVID-19 pandemic. The next CES was planned to no longer be held like the previous event, but the event will remain available in livestream. Alas, new COVID-19 variant, Omicron had emerged last month, making the big tech companies to choose to withdraw from the upcoming CES.

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