Getting Around CES 2015 - TheTips And The Tricks

Posted: Dec 13 2014, 6:17am CST | by , Updated: Dec 13 2014, 6:20am CST, in News | CES

Getting around CES 2015 - TheTips and The Tricks
  • Get an idea of what is where and prioritize your schedule.
  • Enjoy every moment of modern technology and innovation.

The Las Vegas air is going to affect your health so take care of your hydration and your back.

CES stands for Consumer Electronic Show and it is the hub for showcasing the newest and the best technological innovation to the world from the world. Innovators from all over the world introduce their products for consumers’ consideration and use.

Every year, companies from all over the world come forward with new gadgets, systems and technologies in all the fields of life. From personal to home to office use, one can find everything. CES has been trending on Twitter, Facebook and all leading social media sites. With addition to that, it has its own exclusive website giving everyone an insight to what we could expect and it’s bigger than ever.

From 6th to 9th January, CES is hitting the phenomenal city of Las Vegas in Nevada. The Casino city will be hosting the worldwide array of innovation across various venues in the city. The city will feature the show with a lot of entertainment and seminars and accompanying activities. The participating companies are issuing notices and advertising their upcoming products with their stall numbers. So if you are heading down there, you need to be prepared.

First off is your flight plan. The show is from 6 to 9 January, 2015. Make sure to make room reservations and flight reservations to Vegas near the hotels you know will be featuring products from your area of interest. The whole globe is heading to Vegas for this show. You need to be prepared before hand if you don’t want to end up sleeping curbside.

For where you want to make reservations, you need to know the different show venues as which are Tech East, Tech West and C Space at ARIA.

Tech East will be the Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center (LVCC), the Westgate Las Vegas (Westgate) and the Renaissance Las Vegas (Renaissance). Tech East is where you will find innovations in audio, automotive electronics, gaming, video, wireless devices, wireless services and digital imaging/photography. Anything that comes to mind with an ‘I’ in it, you will find in East.

The Tech West will be based on Sands Expo (Sands), The Venetian, The Palazzo, Wynn Las Vegas and Encore at Wynn (Wynn/Encore). It will be a must see for buyers, distributors, press, industry analysts and key decision makers. Tech West will be featuring the innovative power behind tomorrow's industry, revolutions in fitness and health, the Internet of things, sensors and other high-growth technologies changing the way we live, work and play.

Last but not the least is the new to the International CES, C Space is located in various suites and the Pinyon Ballroom Complex within ARIA. C Space is the official CES destination for creative communicators, brand marketers, advertising agencies, digital publishers and social networks. So grab the latest map apps for the show or the plans on the official website for the show. You can grab a cab for getting between the venues or a between venues shuttle that will be operating throughout the show.

The must haves for you have to be taken care of before hand. That will include hydration in the desert air. You will dehydrate so pack some bottles of water and lip balm beforehand instead of buying some overpriced ones at the show.

Make sure to wear your comfortable walking shoes. Concentrate on convenience rather than style. If you are worried about your phone, pack a portable battery charger and spare batteries. There’s too much things to see, too much distance to cover and too much phone use. Your battery will exhaust so pack enough arsenal to stay connected.

This is exciting for everyone who’s a tech fan and this show is your typical wonderland. So head on out in January to Vegas and witness the biggest tech show in the world.

Source: CEA

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