AMD CES 2022 Keynote Stream: How To Watch, Start Times, And What To Expect
Here's when AMD takes the CES stage to unveil its latest products.
By Jason Fanelli onComments
The Consumer Electronics Show takes place this week, and among the highlights to start things out is an event from AMD. The AMD CES 2022 keynote opens a busy Tuesday for the tech industry, with Samsung, Intel, Sony, Nvidia, and more all scheduled to present throughout today, January 4. The events come after many companies--including all four previously mentioned--pulled out from the CES show floor in Las Vegas due to concern over the COVID-19 Omicron variant.
Mark your calendars for Tuesday, January 4th, and join AMD CEO @LisaSu for our #AMD2022 Product Premiere livestream event. We can’t wait to showcase our latest innovations in high-performance computing – see you then!— AMD (@AMD) December 13, 2021
AMD CES 2022 Keynote Start Time
AMD's CES 2022 keynote will begin at 7 AM PT / 10 AM PT. The presentation will be hosted by the company's CEO Dr. Lisa Su, and will be focused on showcasing AMD's "latest innovations in high-performance computing," including upcoming Ryzen processors and Radeon graphics cards. The showcase's running time has not been confirmed.
Want us to remember this setting for all your devices?
Sign up or Sign in now!Please use a html5 video capable browser to watch videos.This video has an invalid file format.00:00:00Sorry, but you can't access this content!
Please enter your date of birth to view this video
By clicking 'enter', you agree to GameSpot's
Now Playing: AMD 2022 Product Premiere Livestream
How To Watch The AMD CES 2022 Keynote
The AMD CES 2022 keynote will be livestreaming on YouTube as linked above, as well as on the AMD at CES Product Premiere page. The keynote notably does not feature on the official CES website's schedule, which shows LG's keynote as the first event on January 4.
AMD fans should expect new announcements focused on both the Ryzen and Radeon lines, with the next generation of both looking to be at the forefront of the presentation. The company have been teasing a new processing technology called Zen-4 for some time now, and this presentation makes for a perfect opportunity to unveil it.Jason Fanelli on Google+
Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email firstname.lastname@example.orgView Comments (0)PCGaming Tech