NVIDIA has officially announced 7 January as the press conference date for CES 2018 where the company is scheduled to show off a wide range of new technologies. World will get the first glimpse of latest development in NVIDIA’s graphics technology at the upcoming event.
NIVDIA Announces Official Press Conference Date For CES 2018 – New Graphics Technologies To Be Unveiled
After a setback of losing a major customer in Intel to AMD, NIVIDIA needs to deliver big in 2018 to regain lost footing and what better event than the CES 2018 to make a thumping statement. Officially announced date of the NVIDIA CES 2018 press conference is set for Sunday, 7 January, 2018 at 8 – 9:30 PM (Pacific Time). The event is booked to be held at the MGM Grand Conference Center in Las Vegas. The invites are on their way with a reception time of 7 PM.
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.
Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018 Reception: 7-8 pm (Press conference begins at 8pm)
MGM Grand Conference Center 4701 Koval Lane Las Vegas, NV 89109
NVIDIA has stated that the company’s new technologies will be unveiled at the event. In the past CES press conferences, NVIDIA introduced DrivePX, variants of Tegra GPUs, and cloud based service such as the GeForce Now. But there has not been much buzz surrounding the new GPUs and whether the company is going to lift the curtain on new graphics units in January, 2018. One reason is that NVIDIA normally reserves the launch of its flagship processors for GTC (Graphics Technology Conference). Gaming community can rest assured that several key events are going to take place in the meantime between GTC and Computex. This launch pattern fits into the larger picture in which NIVIDIA can display its hardware before showcasing consumer grade cards like GeForce.
I think that will be sometime in the second or third quarter of 2018. Given NVIDIA’s unpredictability when it comes to product launches, nothing can be cast in stone. So it will be worth seeing what the company has in store for us at the CES 2018.