CES 2010 To Be Smaller Than CES 2009 And Apple Reconfirmed Not To Exhibit

Posted: Nov 13 2009, 5:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:27pm CDT, in News | CES


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The CES 2010 will be, based on the current estimates of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), smaller than it was this year or the year before.
The current estimates say that 110,000 will attend CES 2010 which would be only down 3,000 from last year.
2,000 companies are supposed to exhibit at CES 2010, which is a actually a lot less compared to CES 2009 which had 2,700. More details on Twice.

In addition CBC (Via 9to5Mac) confirmed again that Apple will not be exhibiting at the CES 2010.

The "physical" CES will be smaller, but I have no doubts that we will see tons of new product announcements and releases. I4U News will be covering all the hot CES 2010 announcements in our CES 2010 section.

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