The All-Digital CES 2021 Set to Showcase the Latest in Consumer Electronics and So Much More

SHREVEPORT, LA (01.12.2021) – The New Year 2021 is less than 2 weeks old. The COVID-19 Pandemic is raging and turmoil is raging in the Nation’s Capitol. That is reality.

With that backdrop, the virtual All-Digital CES 2021 is set to run from January 11th – 14th on screens around the world. Over the past several years 12volt industry participation has declined as a percentage of the overall CES experience in Las Vegas. Participation of traditional 12volt companies in this year’s All-Digital CES is seeing an acceleration of that trend.

Bright signs along the famous Las Vegas Strip let all know ‘We Miss You CES’ in this image from The Las Vegas Review-Journal newspaper.

Headlines in the Las Vegas Review-Journal Newspaper speak to the impact the All-Digital CES 2021 is having on the City of Las Vegas and surrounding area. “Millions lost with CES Virtual show.” The 2021 CES was to showcase the new 1.4 million square foot LVCC West Hall with its $980 million price tag. “CES Hopes Virtual Event Unrepeated” is another headline in the newspaper. Those headlines are the harsh reality of the impact of the All-Digital CES2021.

In-Person CES hallways were filled in this 2019 event.

One article in the Review-Journal chronicles the impact of the no in-person CES 2021. “We Miss You CES” messages are visible on the huge digital signs on hotels along the Las Vegas Strip. Please clink this link to read the article and see the many “We Miss You CES” messages.

Almost everyone across the 12volt industry has very good memories from attending CES in Las Vegas. Some have vivid memories from Summer and Winter CES events in Chicago at the McCormick Center. The in-person CES experience is like no other. From The 12volt Central Studios we look forward to attending in-person CES events in the future. A big ‘Thank You’ to Las Vegas resident Robin McNeal, Nakamichi Car Audio National Sales Manager, who provided a heads up about the articles in the Las Vegas Review-Journal Newspaper.

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