The 2012 Consumer Electronic Show

Horner, Ted
April 2012
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2012, p149
Trade Publication
The article discusses the 2012 Consumer Electronic Show which was held in the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC), Venetian Hotel and Las Vegas Hotel. It reports that several new products were introduced including, new televisions, tablet computers and a notebook by Samsung. It mentions that the hotels that hosted the exhibition were unable to provide proper Wi-Fi systems which led to technical glitches and chaos.


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