Live From Las Vegas: How to Tune Into NVIDIA’s News from CES Sunday

by Brian Caulfield

So it begins.

While the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas doesn’t officially open until Tuesday, we can’t wait to start telling our story.

After months of preparation, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang will kick off our official presence at CES on Sunday, at 8pm Pacific, with a major press event.

Consider this your virtual invitation to our social media coverage of the presentation — and everything we’ll be sharing at the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show.

Catch our live-stream of the event here. To stay plugged in to the latest happenings from the NVIDIA crew, keep it locked on our Facebook page.

We’ll offer live coverage of the event on our corporate blog, where we’ll also offer a wrap-up of what Jen-Hsun has to say. Look for updates through our Twitter feed, too.

If you’re one of the more than 140,000 attendees expected at the show this year, be sure to stop by our booth in the South Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center. We’re booth numbers 31265 and 31269. Click here for the details on how to find us on the show floor.

And if you’re in town early, don’t miss an appearance by our CIO, Bob Worrall, on a panel discussing how cloud computing is changing hardware. He’ll be joined by Lars Jeldsoe-Nielsen, head of mobile business development  at Dropbox, and Tom Paquin, CIO at OnLive.

They’ll be speaking at 3pm on Monday in room N259 in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s North Hall.