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Since its founding in 1967, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has become the leading trade show for digital mobility. To mark the start of the first purely digital CES: a look back at highlights from the last 53 years.

Story: CES: From tech gadgets to digital mobility
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will be held digitally for the first time from January 11 to 14.

The 1960s: CES celebrates its premiere

The 1970s: The invention of the VCR and the home gaming revolution

The first video recorders are presented at CES 1970.
1975, Atari presents the Pong console

The 1980s: CD players and cordless phones

The 1990s: High-definition television and the first internet service

A notable product announcements in the 1990s is the Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) at the 1996 CES...
… and high-definition television at CES 1998.

The 2000s: The telephone becomes an all-rounder

At CES 2001 Microsoft presents the first Xbox.

The 2010s: Volkswagen at CES

The 2020s until today