Microsoft won’t be there at CES 2022 either

Another important player is missing out on CES because of the coronavirus.

Without an omicron variant of the coronavirus, CES 2022, scheduled for January 5-8, could have taken place again in its old-fashioned, physical form, but another wave of the pandemic has rewritten plans and more and more exhibitors are announcing that only a virtual show contributes to one of the biggest bananas in the tech world.

So far, companies like Google, Meta, Lenovo, Intel, Nvidia and Twitter have reverted to the actual appearance, and now we can add Microsoft to the missing list.

The Redmondians a The Verge question themselves confirmedthat they are not attending the Las Vegas event.

“After reviewing the latest data on rapidly evolving COVID developments, Microsoft has decided not to attend CES 2022 in person.”

– Microsoft’s e-mail announces the news. So the company that is launching a new era with the release of Windows 11 this year is certainly not on stage, and the online show will remain.

However, CES2022 itself is still not in danger, as the organizers are on Twitter these days informed the worldthat, despite the cancellations, there are no plans to cancel the physical exhibition.

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