Where EV cars, NFTs and esports come together

Singapore's largest IT and consumer technology exhibition returns in-person this September.

Electric vehicles such as the BYD ATTO 3 will be gearing up for the first time at COMEX 2022.
Electric vehicles such as the BYD ATTO 3 will be gearing up for the first time at COMEX 2022. Photo Credit: Constellar

After a hiatus during the pandemic, COMEX 2022 marks its return to an in-person event at Suntec Singapore from 1 to 4 September.

Organised by Constellar, the event retains familiar deals and trade-in offers for tech aficionados, but also features new product offerings such as electric cars, smart home gadgets and esports making their debut.

Visitors can get up close and test drive electric cars such as the BYD ATTO 3, COMEX 2022's official electric vehicle (EV), which can travel up to 480km on a single charge and completes a 0-100km/h century sprint in just 7.3 seconds.

Smart home partner MÖWE will be debuting its smart kitchen range of smart appliances such as kitchen hobs and hoods, ovens and gas detectors that are controlled from a single mobile app.

Certain to be a highlight is the inaugural four-day GG Playfest, a regional gaming event with esports tournaments showcasing the world's biggest gaming titles, such as FIFA, Street Fighter and Super Smash Bros Ultimate.

Amid rising interest in cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) across Southeast Asia, Web3SG, COMEX 2022's official NFT partner, will be hosting a series of programmes to help engage the local community in learning more about the Web 3 space.

"Nothing beats the vibrant atmosphere of a physical exhibition, and we are confident that the new experiences, combined with unmissable consumer deals will excite our visitors over four action-packed days," said Stephen Wong, portfolio director at Constellar.