Engadget's Dana Wollman on the Hottest New Tech at CES 2022
Today, it’s Midday on Tech. The Consumer Electronics Show, better known as CES, took place last week in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was online only last year. It was a hybrid deal this year: in-person and online, and although the crowd in Vegas was considerably smaller than in years past, when it comes to CES, small is a relative term. It still drew 40,000 people. By comparison, in 2020, when the pandemic was still just an occasional news story, 170,000 people showed up to CES.
A host of big-name tech companies also opted for a digital rather than in-person presence at the show, including Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Meta, the parent company of Facebook.
Dana Wollman joins us on Zoom from New York City…