As is customary, the new year begins with a bang for PC hardware enthusiasts. As usual, the main focus will be on the laptop market, with new CPUs and GPUs being introduced weeks before they hit the shelves. Here’s a quick rundown of when each company is expected to make formal announcements about new products.
NVIDIA Virtual Special Address: January 3rd, 2023, 8:00 a.m. Pacific Time
NVIDIA will hold a virtual “Special Address,” which will be rebroadcast rather than livestreamed, and will not be an in-person event. Last year’s CES event did not include CEO Jensen Huang, and given that no word has been released on who will host the 2023 Address, it is very likely that it will not be Jensen Huang.
NVIDIA will unveil two products at CES 2023: the GeForce 40 for laptops and the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti for desktops. According to preliminary information, the RTX 4070 Ti will be available two days after the event, on January 5th.
Dr. Lisa Su, CEO of AMD Keynote Address: January 4th, 2023, 6:30 p.m. PT
AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su will host the opening keynote at CES 2023, where she is expected to introduce a brand new Ryzen 7000 non-X desktop series, Ryzen 7000 for gaming laptops, and possibly RDNA3 mobile graphics. Unlike the NVIDIA event, this one will be held in person and will be livestreamed, according to AMD.
INTEL will be present at CES 2023
Despite a relatively busy schedule, Intel has yet to confirm any press event for CES 2023. The company plans to launch a 13th Generation Core non-K desktop CPU series as well as a 13th Generation Core HX/HK/H laptop series. Furthermore, Intel should reveal the pricing and release date for the flagship Core i9-13900KS Raptor Lake-S CPU with a 6 GHz clock.
Intel confirms its attendance at CES 2023, but no press conference or live stream is scheduled. It appears that new information will only come from members of the press who were invited to private demonstrations and signed NDAs.