The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022 has started in Las Vegas from Wednesday, January 5, to Friday, January 7. Over 2200 exhibitors have confirmed their attendance at CES 2022, according to the CES 2022 website. 143 new companies have signed up to show in person in the previous two weeks.
The keynote was addressed by J.H. Han of Samsung Electronics who encouraged the technology industry to make innovative products “in harmony with our planet to create a more sustainable world.” After a montage of COVID-19 images, he noted that in “challenging times” the world has always found a way forward.
Last year, the company’s Carbon Trust-certified memory chips helped reduce carbon emissions by nearly 700,000 tons, he said, and Samsung’s visual display business plans to use 30 times more recycled plastics than it did in 2021, as well as expand its use of recycled materials to include all mobile products and home appliances over the next three years.
The US-based semiconductor company AMD, gaming PC maker MSI, and smartphone maker OnePlus have joined the growing list of tech companies that have decided not to attend the ‘CES 2022’ in person in Las Vegas due to the continued rise in cases of the Omicron Covid-19 variant.
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