The world's largest consumer electronics show will be entirely virtual. But you can tell CNET about the products you'll announce now.
One of the most important technology showcases of the year is adapting to the extraordinary times presented by the coronavirus pandemic. CES 2021, the world's largest consumer electronics show, will be an entirely virtual event. There will still be keynote speeches, new products and demonstrations of cutting-edge technology at the show, which runs Jan. 11-14, but attendees will experience them through a screen.
As always, CNET reporters will bring you the story of CES. We'll just be doing it in a different way. As we won't be able to meet in person, we want to hear about your new products in advance (embargoes will be honored). What will you virtually show? What does it do and why is it great?
Please fill out the form below and tell us about your announcement. Use all fields and be as descriptive and detailed as you can. Below you'll also find instructions for submitting photos and video. Our team will review and will respond if we think it's of interest to our readers.
If you experience a problem with this form, send your product information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you. Technology is playing an even more important role in the world today and we're eager to tell our readers what they can expect in 2021.
We're no longer accepting submissions following the end of CES 2021. See you next year!